Full Episode Jodi Jones LIFETIME TV Documentary - "Women On Top"

Full uneditied episode of the LIFETIME TV show documentary "Women on Top" featuring photographer Jodi Jones.

“Women On Top” is a fast-paced, half-hour weekly series celebrating 13 dynamic, successful women who have drool-worthy jobs. You know the type – they’re often written about or talked about because they’re unique, courageous and incredibly successful.

TV SHOW: Women On Top

Every girl fantasizes about having the ultimate career – one mixed with a dash of celebrity status, an incredible salary and the daily prospect of interesting and different challenges, all blended to create a sizzling image of adventure and achievement, the ride of a lifetime. We’ve tracked down the best of the best – from fashion, film and all forms of media – to reveal how they landed their killer careers and made their way to the top.

JODI JONES – NYC Fashion Photographer
Jodi Jones is a highly successful fashion photographer and photojournalist who has spent 15 seasons down in the trenches shooting the runways for New York City’s Fashion Week, invited by the world’s most recognized designers including Oscar de la Renta, Betsey Johnson and Anna Sui to shoot their collections. Her photographs appear regularly in Time, People, Newsweek, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan and countless others. Born in small town Middle America, she moved to NYC at 19 to pursue an acting career. Family tragedy brought her to Florida to care for her elderly grandfather, where she started a theatre company and began pursuing a new passion – photography. Within a few years her images were discovered by influential people in the fashion industry who invited her to relocate back to NYC and to the world of top models and fashion designers. She now resides both in Manhattan and at her mountain retreat an hour outside of the city.


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