Jennifer Taylor's work has become widely known since shooting Such a Night, the “Last Waltz” concert that is held at the Dayton Art Institute around Thanksgiving for the past few years. Since 2012, Jennifer has been documenting the local arts and music scene, and has come to be known as Dayton's rock photographer'. Our own Annie Leibovitz in-training is here to share a bit about her journey through Dayton's musical wonderland.
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