Jody Rogac shoots with little to no distinction between personal and commercial work. She has dedicated herself to her role as photographer and artist, maintaining her intuitive nature and finding inspiration in her subjects and the people and places around her. Through her use of light, space, and deliberate and delicate depth of field, Rogac takes the viewer on a journey of organic reactions to her models and landscapes.
Rogac’s work has been widely published in magazines such as Frieze, i-D, Hobo, Monocle, New York Times Magazine, Nylon, PIG and Rolling Stone. She has been exhibited at Ed. Varie in Manhattan and Paris.