Jennifer Silverberg

Photographer

Jennifer Silverberg is a commercial photographer in St. Louis. She started her career in photojournalism and for the past 10 years has brought the skills learned on the job to her commercial clients, helping them develop strong brand imagery and visually interpreting their stories. She specializes in food, farm, product and lifestyle photography. Jennifer moved to St. Louis to attend Washington University and after recognizing the potential opportunities and a love for her new city, she chose to make St. Louis her home. Learn more at jennifersilverberg.com.

Jennifer Silverberg

Contributions


All Around Art

Artist, teacher, and St. Louis native Marley Billie D creates boldly colorful, mixed-media artworks that borrow inspiration from her upbringing…

Marley Billie D.

Steps Ahead

Artistic powerhouses Kirven and Antonio Douthit-Boyd are broadening and elevating the dance community at the Center of Creative Arts and…

Opera for All – Part Two

With its first-of-its-kind New Works Collective, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis brings representation and previously unsung stories to the stage.

Opera for All – Part One

A national and international jewel, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis brings world-class opera to the metro in welcoming and accessible…

2023 Year In Review: 25+ Inspiring
St. Louis Stories

From community transformers and restaurateurs to inspiring artists and innovative startup founders, take a look back at this year’s STLMade…

Photo of St. Louis looking toward the Arch around sunset

Singing Her Own Tune

Girl Conductor founder Maria A. Ellis uses a unique blend of gospel, R&B, and hip-hop to make music education more…

One of a Kind

From the depths of the caves to its 10-story slide, City Museum continues to find new ways to delight and…

Making Moves

Danielle Deavens and Doug Spencer, Bold Xchange founders, and Craig and Mowgli Rivard, owners of Little Fox, share why they…

Shining Bright

Sisters Amanda Helman and Susan Logsdon founded Golden Gems to uplift, inspire and help people feel seen. Their products are…

Impeccable Taste

Craig and Mowgli Rivard are making a mark in Fox Park with their Brooklyn-inspired, modern neighborhood restaurant, Little Fox.

Taking Care of Business

Rebecca van Bergen’s nonprofit Nest aims to advance gender equity and economic inclusion through craft.

Just Dance

Jenny Hill’s Yes Honey Studio uses the art of dance to help people celebrate moving their bodies.

2022 Year In Review

Take a look back at this year's STLMade stories.

Hair Care

Rebundle’s CEO Ciara Imani May is revolutionizing the hair extension industry with the first U.S.-made, plant-based hair braiding brand.

Planting Roots

Noboleis Vineyards and Root Food + Wine draw St. Louisans to the natural beauty of Augusta.

Fine Print

At Central Print, Marie Oberkirsch passes on the art of traditional letterpress printmaking to future generations, while using the craft…

Pumped Up

Babyation founders Samantha Rudolph and Jared Miller have redesigned the breast pump to meet the needs of parents today.

Princess Dreams

At Racine and Rafael Martir’s boutique, Bidi Bidi Bom Bom, teenage Latinas can find the dress of their dreams to…

Making Art History

Newly at the helm of the St. Louis Art Museum, Min Jung Kim brings a fresh perspective to the institution’s…

More Than Skin Deep

Tiffany Wesley creates health and wellness products with the greater aim of cultivating community through her worker-owned co-op, Pure Vibes.

Cream of the Crop

Amy and Beth Marcoot are innovating and expanding their seventh generation dairy farming business in Greenville, Illinois.

Branching Out

Forest ReLeaf’s Rebecca Hankins is leading the way in getting trees to the communities that need them.

Springboard for Success

A collaborative workspace and incubator founded by Betsy Blancett Nacrelli, MPWR is expanding to support even more women-owned businesses.

A Mindful Movement

With Generation Mindful, Suzanne Tucker is striving to create a more emotionally healthy world.

2021 Year In Review

Take a look back at this year's STLMade stories.

Empowering
Women

In Fox Park, nonprofit Rung for Women helps women take their personal and professional lives to the next level.

Rethink and Refill

At her sustainable lifestyle shop, Dharma + Dwell in Webster Groves, Jordan Blackhurst helps consumers make more environmentally friendly choices.

Upping the Game

With Stonemaier Games, Jamey Stegmaier turned his favorite hobby into a St. Louis-based company that publishes beautifully designed board games…

Screening Startup

With Geneoscopy, Erica Barnell is looking to change the game of colon cancer screening and ultimately, save lives.

Ice Cream Queen

Opening her fifth location in six years, Clementine’s Creamery owner Tamara Keefe takes pride in the growing national buzz around…

A World of Knowledge

Attorney Nalini Mahadevan is helping St. Louis corporations attract and retain top international talent for the region's growing industries.

Nalini Mahadevan

That’s
Entertainment

Downtown Edwardsville is thriving, thanks in part to the musicians and events Al Canal brings to the restored Wildey Theatre.

Al Canal at the Wildey Theatre

Shared Solutions

Through Odd Couples Housing, John Levis is tackling local lodging issues by pairing senior and millennial roommates.

“We think this idea has legs to expand to other communities,” founder John Levis says of Odd Couples Housing.

Art in Motion

Through the Justice Fleet, Amber Johnson empowers people to heal.