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Jeffrey Stockbridge (b. 1982) graduated from Drexel University with a BS in Photography in 2005. His photographs of abandoned houses, prostitution and drug addiction focus on humanizing the elusive underbelly of inner-city life in Philadelphia. His work has been included in recent exhibitions at The National Portrait Gallery London, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Delaware Art Museum, The Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, The Houston Center for Photography, The Wapping Project Bankside and The Print Center. Stockbridges current series Kensington Blues, was accepted into Review Santa Fe and awarded a Critical Mass Top 50 Winner by Photo Lucida. 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. Stockbridge is a recipient of a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant, an Independence Foundation Fellowship and a CFEVA Fellowship. His work has been featured in publications such as The Telegraph UK, Time Magazine, Vignette Magazine, Feature Shoot, SiouxWIRE and The Rust Belt Rising Almanac.
BS, Photography; Drexel University (2005)