- Howard University, George Washington University
Based in Washington, DC since 1972. Clients include Coca-Cola, Burson-Marsteller, McCann-Erikson, Roberts & Raymond Associates, Dix & Eaton, Smithsonian Press, Southwest Airlines, HBO, and Sony Music, Black Enterprise, Runners World, Muscle & Fitness, Advertising Age, House Beautiful, Sculpture Magazine, and showcased in the Portfolio Issues of Graphic Design magazine.
Community Art Project Grant
DC Commission of the Arts, 2013
Community Heritage Project Grant
Humanities Council of Washington DC, 2013
2013 Mobile Photography Award
Epson International Pano Competition
Bronze Award, The Built Environment, 2010
Digital Photo Pro Magazine
Finalist, Ultimate Creativity Competition, 2009
DC Commission of the Art & Humanities/ National Endowment of the Arts
Visual Arts Fellowship – Multi-Disciplinary (Photography-Adult Art Education), 2008
Create Awards 2008
Gold Award: Fine Art Photographic Series, My Mother’s Garden, 2008
Portfolios.com Fifth Annual Awards Show
Silver Metal Award: Photography/Photographic Series, 2008
Prix de la Photographie, Paris
Honorable Mention: Professional Landscape, 2007
- Jarvis Grant ImagingProfessional Photographer/Designer, Art Educator, presentJarvis Grant Imaging provides innovative yet practical solutions for your photographic imaging, illustration, design, and educational requirements. As a small and flexible company, our purpose is to offer you and your organization MAYA, the Most Advanced Yet Acceptable communication solution.
- DC Smal Business Development CenterSenior IT Consultant, 2012 - 2013Works with the Network to identify free or cost effective, user friendly web development templates and tools, create counseling guidelines for the IT Analyst, and assist with the creation of training plans for small businesses in web development/blogging and social media.
- Ellington School Of The ArtsDigital Imaging Instructor, 1993 - 2009Develop a dynamic digital media curriculum for the Museum Studies Department at the Ellington School of the Arts.
- Howard UniversityAssistant Professor of, 1979 - 1993Upgrade and develop the BFA Photography program for the College of Fine Arts at Howard University.
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