Jillian Knox is an interdisciplinary creative polymath based in San Francisco, California
With a BFA in Photography, concentrating in Fashion Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design, Jillian opened her online vintage store, Joules Jewels Vintage, in 2009 to hone her commercial photography, styling skills, and embrace her love for fashion.
She currently works as a food + fashion stylist.
BRANDS: Zelma Rose, Consistency Project, Xfinity, CNET, Wallflower Sf, Ren Vois, Willow Pump, Mohinder Shoes, Land Rover
MUSICIANS/ARTISTS: Zyles Music, Amy Dabalos
RESTAURANTS/FOOD: Good Food Guys (MIXT + Split Bread), Ramen Hero
PUBLICATIONS/MAGAZINES: Bon Appetit
PRODUCTION/ART: Lockbox Productions, CBS Interactive, Arthur Martiot
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Karen Santos, Nader Khouri, Devon Lach, Kelly Marshall, Maria Del Rio, Alison Christiana, Oriana Koren
BRANDS: Fluevog Shoes, Zelma Rose, BRYR Clogs, Pink Dolphin Clothing, Gravel & Gold, Our Second Nature, Free People, Lace & Liberty, FAZE Apparel, Weston Wear, Ilano Design, Hadjio, Nosotros, Angela Monaco, Dan Garzi, Nico Bosch, Melissa Spencer Gasser, J'AMY TARR, Consistency Project, Curator SF, Evgenia Lingerie
RESTAURANTS/FOOD: Mission Cheese, Good Food Guys (MIXT + Split Bread), PieTisserie,
PRODUCTION/ART: Lockbox Productions, Photobomb Productions, McCalman Co.
MAGAZINES: Vogue Italia, Feroce Magazine, Fade Magazine
MUSICIANS: Daghe, Zyles Music
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Karen Santos, Maria Del Rio, Move Photography, Sara Davis, Bernd Koenig, Kelly Marshall, Aya Watada
2016 Accepted to fill 1/200 slots in Fashion Styling: Mastered accelerator for the class of 2017
2015 Boodles Gin, TAPS Restaurant
2012 Worked with Intuit Inc. on product testing for new iPhone app, was featured in online commercials, and several on-camera interviews; including an interview with Valerie Coleman Morris, former CNN anchor.
2011 Honored as one of Chicago's newest female entrepreneurs on the rise during the Diva “Artista” Series event by Maven Chicago and Today's Chicago Woman Magazine.
2010 Featured in Time Out Chicago Magazine as a vintage vendor on the rise