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Jenny Inglett is a creative, ocean-dwelling, outdoor-recreating, plant and dog mom. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Art in Graphic Design and working for the Center for Outdoor Recreation and Education (CORE) at the University of Florida. She enjoys combining her creative passions of design and photography with her love for the outdoors, in order to promote inclusivity and sustainability in outdoor spaces. With her light-hearted outlook on life, she hopes to bring a playful and bright sensibility to her work. In the next phase of Jenny’s life, she is looking forward to getting more involved in the outdoor recreation field, refining her technical photography skills, and fueling her creative inspiration by spending time in nature.
BORN: Daytona Beach, FL
FAVORITE TYPEFACE: Termina
FAVORITE HEX CODE(S):
#f2b4f7, #035e7b, #002e2c, #e4ff1a
ZODIAC SIGN: Aries
MORNING PERSON OR NIGHT OWL: Currently a night owl trying to make the transition back to a morning person! :)
FAVORITE UFGD STUDIO MEMORY: Exploring Nashville on the Vox Trip!
Who: Aaron Draplin and Kelly Wearstler
What: the outdoors, photography, and interior design
CHECK OUT MY WORK BELOW!
This is an album redesign for San Fermin's, Jackrabbit. The goal was to design an album cover and visual identity that expresses the electric, dark, and fairytale-like energy that flows through the music and lyrics. This was achieved through the use of typography, color, texture, and shape.
REI x GAINESVILLE PARKS
The goal of this project was to create patterns for various collateral, as a fictional collaboration between REI (Recreational Equipment Inc.) and the Gainesville Parks System. The combination of illustrated symbols and hand lettering provided the foundation of the patterns that corresponded to specific Gainesville parks. The patterns were intended to be applied to products that could be sold at the local Gainesville REI.
The goal of the project titled, Power Pose+, is to create a community dedicated to uplifting plus size women in outdoor recreation spaces. We uplift and celebrate plus size bodies in the outdoors by providing representation in these spaces and activities, making necessary resources accessible, and showing outdoor companies that there is a demand for plus size gear and equipment. This was achieved through interviewing and photographing plus size outdoors women, and then visually communicating this content in a magazine and social media format.
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