Juliet rose productions

                    Juliet Rose Productions is an all inclusive studio, owned and operated by Queer, Trans, and Gender Non-Conforming people. We specialize in art activism, fine art, portraiture, event photo & video, prop sourcing, content, and graphics. We work closely with clients: keeping them in the process creates a hands-on and custom approach. Juliet Rose Productions authentically and uniquely documents and represents our clients & subjects in their passion for what they do and endeavors to do good in the world, all while elevating art to a new plane. 

                    Current projects include a portrait series that focuses on the preservation and representation of Trans + Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC) folks. Our goal is to have our community take back the narrative of our own stories, while inspiring future generations of TGNC people to do the same. Please visit our projects page Here to learn more about it and to donate towards this imperative and life changing project!


       My name is Jules Rose, and I am the owner of Juliet Rose Productions.

I'm non-binary and use they/them pronouns. Making art, whether it's street photography, analog collage, or documenting the movers & shakers of the 21st century, is my sole purpose in this life. I am fourth generation entrepreneur in my family, and growing up working class has taught me the value of hard work and determination. I am constantly curious, and learning everyday to hone in my craft as an artist. I take pride in being humble, and during the pandemic I've been cleaning houses and landscaping to make ends meet. Art may not always pay the bills, but it will always feed my soul.

       Like many creatives, I have a background in multiple areas. I am a member of the Professional Photographers Association (PPA), with a degree in Photographic Science and a sole proprietorship since 2016. I've been creating professionally for over 10 years, and creating for myself in my spare time. In addition to making, I am an active member of the LGBTQ+ community being involved in protest security and art activism. 

I look forward to creating with you!

Images featured in

Oprah Magazine / Forbes Women /

Long Island Pulse / Punchland / Lomography