Jago’s passion for photography began in childhood; she has always owned a camera. When her family came along it was used mostly to record childhood milestones. However, as her children grew Jago began to experiment more with landscape and still life imagery.
Jago sees herself as a photographic artist with an interest in personal histories, artefacts and heirlooms; she also has an affinity with nature and the environment. These interests inspire her to create beautiful, thought provoking images. Jago's latest body of work sees her combining textiles and photography using found imagery and artifacts, which she transforms into heirlooms for the future.
Jago continues to develop her own personal photographic style. She states, “I endeavour to create a sense of ambiguity through my work, enticing the viewer to consider, question and explore the image in an effort to discover hidden narrative. My creative development continues with research-based practice; driving me into new and exciting directions”.