In the habit of carrying her Pentax, then Nikon, everywhere, Jill's photography began in
the 1970's during her travels across the U.S. and abroad, first documenting artwork and conceptual art performances. Gradually, her body of photographic work included textural studies, landscapes, lifestyles, and food. However, her largest collection and most noteworthy photographs are those documenting the Punk Rock art and music scene of
the late 70's and early 80's as a founding member of Target Video, a DIY video production group chronicling the chaotic pulse of the period. The images reflect the unique, energized, creative movement that was punk rock, the reactions of the times on a generation, and the fashion with its enduring influences.