Jade Doskow (b. 1978) is a New York-based photographer and educator. She received her BA from New York University and her Masters in Fine Arts (Photography, Video, and Related Media) from the School of Visual Arts, where she studied with Charles Traub, Rich Leslie, Andrew Moore, and Richard Pare. She is represented by Wall Space Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA. She is on the photography faculty of the School of Visual Arts, International Center of Photography, and Kingsborough, all in New York. She has exhibited internationally and is widely collected. Her work has been featured in New York Arts, Photo District News, and Flak Photo, to name a few. Doskow is a contributor to the Esto archive of architectural photography. Honors include finalist in the Photolucida competition, an Alumni Scholarship Award, and the Herbert C. Rubin Award for Visual Arts. Doskow's lens most typically falls upon visual paradoxes in architecture, which she shoots with a 4x5 view camera. Doskow lives and works out of Red Hook, Brooklyn with her husband, the painter Lambert Fernando, and their son Benjamin.