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Jaclyn Sovern

Hey I'm Jackii. Currently a senior studying photography at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.
Everything here is photographed by me unless stated otherwise.

Click here for pictures taken with: iPhone, GoPro, Aerial, Sony Qx100, DSLR

If you think that you're seeing double of a photo, you probably are. I automatically post my pictures
to my tumblr from my instagram, but often post the full size version to tumblr as well.

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Contact: JR@jaclynsovern.com

“The things you are passionate about are not random, they are your calling.”
I’m so happy to be able to say that I’m back in the city! I can’t believe that I’m starting my senior year of college tomorrow, I know everyone said it would fly by but I’m sure you all knew I never believed you. I do now. I am so grateful for the opportunity to live out my dreams and pursue photography as my career, and I’m incredibly humbled each day by the support and kind words shown to me both online and in person. (Also, thank you!) I hope that anyone who is also starting school this week (and everyone else in general) has a great week! ❤️

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻 (by jaclynsovern)

Beach house kinda weekend. Happy last weekend of summer! What are your plans? #aintnothinbutabeachhouse (at Bayville Waterfront)

late night edits/ #latergram from Bushkill Falls. #makemoreportraits #naturehippys (at Bushkill Falls)

This is the kinda Monday I had this week with my best friends 😍


snowy nyc by @jsovs

Thompson Park, Vermont (by jaclynsovern)

certain rocks in the water, when wet, can be used to make rock drawings! #exploremore #walkdownthestream

Montpelier, Vermont. The smallest state capital in the world! The top of it’s structure is made of pure gold. (by jaclynsovern)

just your average Central Jersey sunset (by jaclynsovern)

Droning on the mountainsides of Vermont! (by jaclynsovern)

stopped on the side of the road for this view in Vermont (by jaclynsovern)

This is Moss Glen Falls. The top image is what happens when you hike to the top, where the water starts to flow. I walked a little past that point and looked down over the ledge. It looks so calm and yet flows out to this intense and beautiful waterfall in Stowe, Vermont. 

peeking out at the top of my hike above Moss Glen Falls (by jaclynsovern)