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Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Jessica Cantlin is a fine art landscape photographer and travel writer. A self-taught photographer, Jessica has trained in the black and white darkroom, and studied Fine Art Digital Printing at the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle. Using horizon lines and negative space as boundaries within her images, Jessica's photography explores elements of land and water and their interplay with nature, weather, and time.

In addition to hosting Jessica's portfolio of photographs, this site also features the artist's Travelogue, which highlights quarterly articles reflecting her year in travel and shorter pieces suggesting her Pacific Northwest roots. Jessica's writing is currently featured on Fathom.



Juris Doctor, Seattle University School of Law, 2002.

Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1998.

solo exhibitions

Jessica Cantlin, ICELAND, Verite, Seattle, WA, Mar.-Apr. 2016.

Jessica Cantlin, LANDSCAPES, Bottlehouse, Seattle, WA Jan-Feb. 2017.

juried group exhibitions

2017, Landmannalaugar 2, Landscape - Grand and Personal, Southeast Center for Photography, Juror: Eliot Dudik.

2017, Award for Excellence in Photography, 3rd Place, Dotphotozine, Juror: Thomas McGovern

2017, Passing Through. Focus: Narrative Photography, Black Box Gallery, Juror: Christy Karpinksi.

2017, Above, Beneath, Below. Minimal Photos Find Magic in the Mundane, Feature Shoot, Juror: Lucy Pike with Alison Zavos.

2017, Underbelly. Editor's Picks, Landscape Photography Award, The Independent Photographer, Juror: Cody Cobb.

2016, Landmannalaugar 2. Enchanted Photos of Snow from Around the World, Feature Shoot, Juror: Alison Zavos.


Jessica's work is currently represented by PurePhoto, a fine art photography collection curated for the international interior design community. 

A limited selection of Jessica's catalog is also available for purchase through Livestock