Jena Galindo was born and raised in Hanford, California, and moved to Stephenville, Texas in June of 2019 with her husband JB Galindo. After buying their first home at the end of 2019 they now reside in the Dublin countryside with their two dogs.
Jena, while always having a passion for the arts, began photography with her project entries for the local county fair growing up. While growing up and pursuing and practicing other passions aligned with the arts and agriculture, Jena came back to photography in her 20’s and shortly started her business thereafter.
Jena enjoys traveling and has a passion for travel landscapes and working with people. She specializes in portraits, events, and weddings. Photography has always been an important part of her life as her mother, Judy Costa, has been a photographer for years. Therefore, she has always known the value of being able to capture a moment and hold onto it forever. The joy of capturing those moments for others has been a driving force in her own business.
Jena and her husband are both gun enthusiasts, love the outdoors, and horseback riding making moving to Texas an easy decision. Once here it was immediately clear they made the best decision of their lives and have since fell head over heels in love with Texas. This gallery shows marks one year since moving and in that time, Jena has accomplished the only three things that have ever been on her bucket list since she was a little girl. The three items were going on a cross country road trip, seeing the Grand Canyon at sunrise, and finally seeing Lightning Bugs in person. Pursuing her goals and inspiring others to achieve their goals has become her life’s mission. As a proud American she believes all things are possible with hard work, determination, and a clear vision.
You can follow Jena at Jena Galindo Photography on Facebook and Instagram or browse her website at jenagalindophotography.com
Special thanks to Stephenville Printing Company for providing high-quality prints, and excellent and friendly service. All gallery photos can be printed through them but must be bought and ordered through Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council.