Hi, I'm Jackie
A Photographer, Director, Technician and Author of several photographic books
and zines including Old Domino (Brown Own Press, 2015, United Kingdom.)
My published works include celebrity portraiture, assignment photojournalism, and
commercial photography for advertising campaigns. I've been commissioned to create
documentary photography by institutions like Harvard University, non-profit organizations
like DIA Art Foundation and record labels like Third Man Records and Matador.
Based in NYC and available for projects worldwide.
Some of the fine publications where my photographs have appeared:
High Times, Beatroute, Billboard, Bust Magazine
Impose, Nashville Scene, NME, New York Magazine, New York Press
Playgirl, Premiere Guitar, RollingStone.com, SPIN, The New York Times
Vice / Noisey, The Village Voice, Denimzine, Rubberneck, Ugly Things + more
Old Domino documents five of the DIY art and music venues that have been displaced as a result of the excessive luxury development of the Domino Sugar Refinery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn from 2007-2014. The images are a street-level glimpse into Death By Audio, Glasslands, 285 Kent, Monster Island and Dead Herring with appearances by artists like Shannon and the Clams, Liquor Store, Kid Congo Powers and the Pink Monkeybirds, JEFF the Brotherhood and more. Photographer Jackie Roman compiles concert reportage and street scenes in a photo book that takes the viewer on a tour of a community that was once considered a mecca for DIY and underground music.
Brown Owl Press (UK) 2015
Edition of 500
£12 ($18.50 USD)
ISBN 978 0 9933535 0 5