Underwater Photojournalist Receives Outstanding Young Photographer Award. North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA). February 2021.
Exposure: Lives at Sea Sneak Preview. Royal Museums Greenwich. December 2020.
Exposure: Lives at Sea. Royal Museums Greenwich.
Bringing Images to the Surface. Southeast Museum of Photography. September 2020.
Primitive Florida. Exhibit at the Southeast Museum of Photography. July 2020.
AAAS If/Then Partnership with Seventeen Magazine. August 2020.
The Unseen Ocean. The Nature Conservancy. August 2020.
The Power of Stories. National Geographic Education. June 2020.
CBS Mission Unstoppable. Season 1, Episode 18: Pictures, Protection, and Pressure. April 2020.
The National Geographic Society's Earth Month Care Package. April 2020.
Jennifer Adler: Underwater Florida. Luminous Landscape. March 2020.
125 Women in STEM Selected as AAAS IF THEN Ambassadors. September 2019.
AlterEgo Creates: Nat Geo & Mattel. You Can Be Anything. August 2019.
National Geographic partnership with Mattel. August 2019.
Water conservation through better communication with Dr. Jennifer Adler. Kiss that World Podcast | Sustainability + Conservation + Environmentalism. Episode 23, June 2018.
Conservation Photographer Jennifer Adler on Looking Beneath the Surface. Beyond the Self: Women of Nat Geo Changing the World. Bridges Unite & National Geographic. March 2018.
A Conservation Photographer Gave Us a Glimpse into a Subterranean World Underwater. Canon & Studio @ Gizmodo. January 2018.
How a Biologist Takes Photos From Deep Inside Underwater Caves. Canon & Studio @ Gizmodo. December 2017.
National Geographic Explorer shares Florida’s springs through photography, research. University of Florida News. June 2017.
Adobe Blog, Sustainability and Social Impact. Jenny Adler dives into Florida's aquifers and springs to help protect them. April 2017.
Capturing the wonder beneath the surface. Gainesville Magazine. Spring 2017.
Diving in Deep with Jennifer Adler. TEDx Jacksonville. June 2016.
The Atlantic's preview of the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest. The Atlantic. 2015.