About The Terrence Jennings Photographic Vision


Photographer Terrence Jennings was born on the planet called Brooklyn, NY. He began professionally photographing in 1997 and since, his images have appeared in such publications as People Magazine, The New York Times, Vibe Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Uptown Magazine, Trace Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly, The Source Magazine, Savoy Magazine, Russell Simmons' One World Magazine, The London Observer, The Amsterdam News, The Village Voice and several others. In addition, his writings as well as photographs, have appeared in several photo art books such as " A Time Before Crack" by Jamel Shabazz (Powerhouse 2005) "BLACK: A Celebration of our Culture" (Hylas, 2004), " In Our Own Image" by Karen Pughes & Patrick Bass Running Press (2001) and will appear in the forthcoming photo book, "Saturday Night/Sunday Morning by Deb Willis & Hank Willis, published by Hylas publishing. Since, his media coverage has been syndicated by several international photo agencies. He currently lives to photograph in Brooklyn, as a Freelance Photographer with a passport.

His partial client list includes The Smithsonian African American Musuem of History & Culture, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The National Urban League, The United Way, Safe Horizon, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Harper Collins Publishing, Black Smith Music, MOS DEF-Good Tree Media, The Jamel Shabazz Photographic Group, THE ROOTS, COMMON, Dave Chappelle Productions, FilmLife, The Uniworld Group, The HipHop Summit Action Network, The Urban World Film Festival, Iaso Records, The Imagenation Film & Music Festival, Hook or Crook Film Productions, The H20 International Film Festival, The 21st Century Foundation, & The Harlem Book Fair/QBR, to name a few. He may be reached via email: urbaneyephoto@mac.com or by tele: 917 676 5442.