Linda Jáquez [Há-kes] is an Architectural & Commercial photographer, who has worked with architects, interior designers, the digital advertising industry and editorial clients for over a decade. As an independent contractor, Linda has contributed weekly to The New York Times Real Estate section, captured construction sites for the Westfield World Trade Center, shot interiors for Tiffany & Co, as well as special editorial projects for Hearst Publications. She’s even expanded into the world of digital advertising, as an on-set photographer working with J3, the award-winning media agency for Johnson & Johnson.
After attending Brooks Institute of Photography, Linda discovered her passion for architecture and interiors while working at Peter Marino Architect. Using her high end retouching skills, Linda concepted and designed patterns, creating custom wallcoverings, curtains, printed fabrics and rugs for various private clients. After many years of being exposed to such projects for Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton and Loewe, Linda became an expert in high end retail and residential interiors, developing a passion for the craft and an understanding of the creative process.
Having a background in high end interiors and design, coupled with her editorial and commercial talent as a photographer, Linda has fused together a solid understanding of branding and design processes in the architectural category.
Currently, Linda works as a freelance photographer in Denver, CO and is available for inquiries globally. She is a member of the AIAP and her studio is based in The River North Art District where she is embracing the culture and beauty of her new city.