Jeffrey Stockbridge is an author, photographer and printer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Drexel University with a BS in Photography in 2005.
Stockbridge’s photographs reveal and humanize the elusive underbelly of inner-city life. His work has been exhibited widely and most recently at Savery Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery in London, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Corden|Potts Gallery in San Francisco & The Wapping Project Bankside in London. In 2010, Stockbridge was nominated for the Taylor-Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize and he was recently shortlisted for both the Lange-Taylor Prize and the Center For Documentary Studies First Book Prize. In 2014, Stockbridge’s documentary photography & audio series Kensington Blues, was accepted into Review Santa Fe and awarded a Critical Mass Top 50 Winner by Photo Lucida. Stockbridge is a recipient of a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant, an Independence Foundation Fellowship Grant and a CFEVA Fellowship. His work has been featured in print and web publications such as The NY Times Magazine, The Telegraph UK, Time Magazine’s Light Box, Lenscratch, Conscientious, Vignette Magazine, Feature Shoot, Technically Philly, The Philadelphia Metro, and The Rust Belt Rising Almanac. Stockbridge’s first book, self-published under the title Kensington Blues, was released in May of this year.
Jeffrey Stockbridge lives and works in Philadelphia, PA where he runs a fine art printing business.
Awards and Recognition
- Nominated for the Taylor-Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, 2010.