Terrence Jennings

Photographer Terrence Jennings was born on the planet called Brooklyn, NY. It was in 1999 when he began working professionally as a photographer covering news & entertainment. Since then, his images have appeared in publications such as People Magazine, The New York Times, Vibe Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Uptown Magazine, Trace Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly, The Source Magazine, Savoy Magazine, BET.com, The London Observer, the Amsterdam News, the Village Voice and numerous others. In addition, his writings as well as photographs, have appeared in the photographic books ‘Pieces of a Man’ by Jamel Shabazz; ‘Posing Beauty“ by Deborah Willis, “Obama: The Historic Campaign in Photos’ (Amistad Books) by Deborah Willis and Kevin Merida, “A Time Before Crack” by Jamel Shabazz (Powerhouse Books) “BLACK: A Celebration of our Culture” (Hylas Publishing), and “ In Our Own Image” by Karen Pughes & Patrick Bass (Running Press). In 2005, he became a founding Photographer for Nubuzzphoto.com, a digital wire service founded by Celebrity Photographer Johnny Nunez.  Since, his media coverage has been syndicated by several international photo agencies. His images are currently represented by www.polarisimages.com and he lives to photograph in Brooklyn, as a freelance photographer with a passport.

His partial client list includes Harvard University, New York University, the Brooklyn Public Library, the Schomburg Center/New York Public Library, the National Urban League, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Harper Collins Publishing, Black Smith Music, Recording Artist/Actor Yasiin Bey, the Smithsonian African American Museum of History & Culture, The Jamel Shabazz Photographic Group, THE ROOTS, COMMON, David Chappelle Productions, The American Black Film Festival, Film Life, the Uniworld Group, the Hip Hop Summit Action Network, RUSH Arts, the Urban World Film Festival, and the Harlem Book Fair to name a few. His work can be viewed at www.terrencejennings.com and on Instagram at @visionquestnyc