Jeffrey Stockbridge is a photographer and fine-art printer living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Upon graduation, while photo-assisting for his former Co-op employer and pursuing his fine-art photographic series’, Stockbridge earned a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant, an Independence Foundation Fellowship Grant and a Center For Emerging Visual Artists Fellowship.
In 2009, Stockbridge opened a premier fine-art printing studio, Stockbridge Fine Art Print, in center city Philadelphia. His clients include acclaimed photographers and museums across the U.S. such as Ruth Thorne-Thomsen and The Barnes Foundation.
While running his own business, Stockbridge began a critically acclaimed documentary project about a former working-class neighborhood now known for drugs and prostitution, called “Kensington Blues.” The project features in-depth interviews with sex-workers and Heroin addicts years before the “Opioid Crisis” took hold across America. Kensington Blues was published as a book in 2017 and featured in exhibitions at Savery Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery London and The Philadelphia Museum of Art.