andrea grew up secretly hoarding old family pictures and writing stories about them in her head. 

now she makes her own photographs and puts the words onto real paper, with an extra-fine black ink pen. the extraordinary everyday is her primary hustle and she uses everything from a 1972 polaroid SX-70 to a mix of film, toy and digital cameras to distill the gold in the overlooked and unnoticed and in the people and life around her.

her work has been exhibited in new york, portland, san francisco and featured in click, light leaks, flowdigital photo mag as well as photobooth, the art of the automatic portrait. andrea is also a core contributor for the beloved UPPERCASE magazine, where her regular column features her polaroid work.

an experienced documentary, portrait and wedding photographer, andrea will travel pretty much anywhere, folks. for more information, contact her at andreacorronajenkins@gmail.com.

find more of her everyday over on instagram and her long-running blog, hula seventy.