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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF JILLIANBOWES
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.90%. The average number of likes per post is 117 and the average number of comments is 2.
61.76% of the followers that engaged with jillianbowes regularly are from United States, followed by Canada at 4.9% and Spain at 4.9%. In summary, the top 5 countries of jillianbowes's posts engager are coming from United States, Canada, Spain, United Kingdom, France.
Jillianbowes loves posting about Nature & Outdoors, Photography, Architecture, Travel, Film, Music & Books.
Check jillianbowes's audience demography. This analytics report shows jillianbowes's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR JILLIANBOWES
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF JILLIANBOWES
- United States 61.76 %
- Canada 4.9 %
- Spain 4.9 %
- United Kingdom 2.94 %
- France 1.96 %
A moody fall day like today, a perfect cozy day to get married. A few from Janna and Nick’s wedding day is on the blog this morning.
A windy, moody, October day on Lake Leelanau. More on the blog this blustery evening 🍂
Flora Fae 🕊
Another beautiful wedding to share from the years-long back log I’ve been hoarding! A classic Michigan spring day: sun, followed by rain, followed by a really lovely evening at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial. Link in bio 💫
I’ve been asked a lot lately, and yes! I am currently taking on in home newborn sessions as long as there aren’t any new restrictions or guidance that would prohibit me from doing so (always masked of course). Today I’m highlighting this sweet newborn session from four (!!) years ago on the blog - one of my very favorites. Link in bio 🕊
I’m prepping for October mini sessions and we’ve been talking about them in stories, so I thought I’d post a wrap up of these sessions from last year on the blog today. (Link in bio) These sessions happened in mid-October over two days; one, an overwhelmingly windy day out on Lake Michigan, and one, a quite cold day at a field in the Rockford area. I love them both and these sessions mean more to me every year I do them. I’ve been reflecting the last couple days over how resistant I was to offer a mini session event at first. They are very contrary to how I typically shoot due to how quick they are, but I’ve grown to love the creative challenge and feel really refreshed by it each year. This year feels especially worthy of imagery, not because we will relish the memory of 2020, but because I think we’ll look back and see our strength, growth, and deeper connection to our loved ones. Really looking forward to this year and the images we’ll make together 🖤
A couple of years ago I got to photograph some of my best friends as they got ready to announce that they were expecting a sweet baby. These images have become some of my very favorites (ever), and it might be the light, or the dress @carleighcourey made herself, or the looks of excitement and joy between them. OR maybe it’s because I can look back on these now, knowing who that little bump was going to become ❤️ Carleigh and Aaron now have two of the most precious children and I just can’t believe how the time has flown by. More on the blog! Link in bio.
A moody, intimate portrait session at home. A few more favorites on the blog today, link in bio 🖤
A favorite that I’ve been holding onto for a couple of years now. Up on the blog ✨
Grace and Alex’s heartfelt summer wedding on Lake Leelanau is up on the blog this evening. They’ve been married a few years now but I still think about this golden (windy) evening quite a bit. Link in bio for more ✨
RaeLyn and Austin’s summer portraits on the lake are on the blog this morning ✨
I haven’t known how to show back up on this space after taking some time to mute my content and make room for the very important work that’s going on in our country. The past couple of weeks I’ve begun the deeply uncomfortable process of checking my privilege, listening, learning, and more importantly unlearning in an effort to be actively anti-racist. Today is Juneteenth, and there are countless educational resources floating around this platform right now in case you’re like me and never learned about this holiday in school. If you’re looking for a way to observe this holiday, consider a financial contribution to an organization fighting for racial justice, buying art from a Black artist, books from a Black-owned bookstore or maybe order dinner tonight from a Black-owned restaurant. This work is a lifelong practice, and though I’m very wary of virtue-signaling and I’m not here to center myself, I want to share some of the ways I’m jumping in because showing up with some kind of statement on instagram is just not enough and I think accountability matters. In the past two weeks I’ve donated or purchased from the following: @wearelitgr - grand rapids bookstore @adesholamakinde billboard project @theokraproject - an organization providing culturally specific meals to Black trans folx experiencing food insecurity @naacpgr - our local chapter of the NAACP In addition to donating and shifting my spending habits to support Black-owned businesses and creatives I am reading books, sending emails to representatives and local elected officials, and educating myself on how to talk about race and model anti racism for my daughter. I plan to resume posting my normal content next week, but will continue anti-racist work offline - sharing some resources in my stores both here and on my personal account.
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