Jake Reinhart (b. 1979) is a photographer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Born and raised in South Western Pennsylvania; his work is informed by the region’s history and often explores the importance of place in relation to the formation of identity and community. His project “Where The Land Gives Way” was published by Deadbeat Club in 2017.

Jake’s photographs have been promoted nationally and internationally by Collector Daily, The Heavy Collective, Lenscratch, Slate, Ain’t-Bad and Booooooom. His work is held in private and public collections at Amon Carter Museum of American Art Research Library, London Collage of Communication Special Collections, and RISD Fleet Library. Most recently, an excerpt of his current work in progress was exhibited at Northern Kentucky University in conjunction with the FotoFocus Biennial. 

Jake earned a B.A. in Sociology and a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh. He served on the board of directors at the Silver Eye Center for Photography and previously worked with the Magenta Foundation as their regional coordinator for the Pittsburgh Area.


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