Owner of Jacqueline Ward Images, Jacqueline has been commissioned for work across the United States and Internationally. Commercial clients include Alys Beach, the St. Joe Company, St. Joe Club & Resorts, WaterColor Resort, the town of Seaside, the Rosemary Beach Foundation, 30A.com, SouthWalton.com, A Piece of Toast, Coastal Road Designs, Blessings in Disguise, Tracery Interiors, 30A Review, Pizza by the Sea, Sunrise Chair Company, Snap Tweens, Ballhawks and Lipstick, Heels & A Baby. Culinary clients include Emeril, Martha Foose, John Currence, Lucy Buffett, Kevin Korman and Brian Murray. She is an official photographer annually for the Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach, 30A Sessions and the 30A Songwriters Festival. She has had the privilege to to capture performances by Lady Antebellum, Jewel, the Indigo Girls, Sam Bush, Charlie Mars, the Bangles, Mathew Sweet, Graham Nash, Sara Watkins, Shawn Mullins, and many others. Her work has been showcased in numerous local, regional and national publications ranging from bridal magazines to Garden & Gun and Good Grit. Photographing coast to coast in the States, her work has taken her internationally to Russia, South Africa, Costa Rica, Amsterdam, Paris, Mexico, Venezuela, and throughout the Caribbean. In addition to her commercial work she also captures select wedding and events annually and family lifestyle moments.
Jacqueline holds a B.A. in Art History, a B.A. in Business and an M.B.A. She is involved in continuous photography education and workshops to further focus and enhance her work. Additionally, Jacqueline teaches photography at Northwest Florida State College, the Ohana Institute, and the Cultural Arts Alliance as a means of sharing her love for this creative medium. She also encourages art in the schools through her work with the Duke of Edinburgh program at SeaCoast High School, mentoring at Seaside Neighborhood School and involvement in the enhancement of the art program at Bay Elementary School.