Jermaine Gibbs’ artistry is the physical manifestation of creativity in motion. Born and raised in Baltimore City, the passion that is this photographer’s playground was evident at an early age.
Today, in addition to capturing the eclectic tableaux that is his background, Jermaine has had the honor of photographing some of the world’s elite including Osei Tutu, King of Ghana, Africa, Korn, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Common, Iyanla Vanzant, and many more. His work can be found in homes and businesses around the world including the “More Than A Picture” exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
Jermaine has traveled to India to teach photography and has participated in mission work in Ghana, Africa, Fiji, and Australia. He is a self-published author, an extensive traveler, a lover of life, and a familiar friend to the world of art.