Born on July 1967 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Jill Greenberg grew up in Detroit, Michigan. At the age of 10, Greenberg became interested in photography. She is a gifted artist who is able to create characters using various mediums aside from photography, like painting, drawing, and sculpturing. In hopes of honing her skills, she went to the Rhode Island School of Design, where she graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography. She later moved to New York in hopes of pursuing a career in photography. To enhance her creative skills, she enrolled in a School for Visual Arts focusing on Photoshop 1.0, Studio Art and Contemporary Art History. Later she moved to Los Angeles, California where she met her future husband and now currently resides there with their 2 children.
Jill Greenberg’s roster of clients is impressive, proof of her skills and reputation as a famous photographer and photo editor. She has done commercial works for some of the most reputable names like Microsoft, Philip Morris, Coca Cola, Dreamworks, Pepsi, MTV, Sony Music, Warner Bros., MGM, Disney, Paramount Pictures, Polaroid, Smirnoff, and Atlantic Records. Likewise, her photos have been used by various publications like US News, Time Magazine, Newsweek, TV Guide, Entertainment Weekly, and Wired.
Her works have also been featured in The New Yorker, Harper’s and the New Republic. Her series of photos on monkeys are also hot items among art collectors around the world. Her artwork has been exhibited in different cities like Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.