Cheryl Jackson Oddphotog

Photography – macabre and beautiful all at once!

If you think that macabre can be beautiful, too, please view my photographic adventures – all that are cemeteries, graveyards, creepy dolls and abandonment / urban exploration. Of these various explorations, I am most drawn to the exploration of cemeteries and graveyards – they are full of history, amazing art, mystery, and stories. Stories of individuals and communities of those who are laid to rest there. My cemetery explorations have evolved from wanting to get that most creative photo, to also just documenting unique finds and doing research on those that I visit. 

Please Visit Me Or My Work At These Upcoming Events!


My photos are presently being displayed in the local
Lawrence Branch Library.
Reception on Sunday, October 8. 1:00pm – 3:00pm.

Please stop in and say hi! 
Lawrence Headquarters Branch
2751 Brunswick Pike and Darrah Lane
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

October 2017


Spirits of Hopewell Valley
Sunday, October 15 (rain date October 22)
2:00 pm
Come and hear voices from the past with a historical reenactment featuring eight local figures buried at the Methodist Cemetery on Pennington-Titusville Road and the Pennington African Cemetery on South Main Street. These idyllic burying grounds contain the remains of some of Hopewell Valley’s first settlers, dating back to the early 18th and 19th centuries. 

My photography will be featured in the Pennington Public Library for the month of October.
And come meet me at the post-performance reception.
For more information, click the link on the library below.

In conjunction with the Hopewell Valley Historical Society, The Pennington Public Library and the Pennington United Methodist Church.


I am now on Instagram! Find me at


I was featured in issue #45 of October 2015 Weird NJ!
My doll photography is featured in this issue!  Please check it out!  


In the News

Mercer Me – September 2015

Time Off – Packet Publications – October 2015