Jarvis Grant is a photographer, arts educator, Adobe Certified Photoshop Expert and Education Trainer, commercial artist, consultant, mentor, writer and fine artist. Client list includes Coca-Cola, Burson-Marsteller, McCann Erickson, Southwest Airlines, Black Enterprise, Runner's World, and Sony Music.
During his voyage, he became a professor of art at Howard University, developing their photography program, when photography was new media. During photography's first digital revolution, he expanded what photography can be as the digital imaging instructor & evangelist at the Ellington School of the Arts, Museum Studies department in Washington, DC.
Receiving awards from the DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities, Humanities Council of Washington DC, National Endowment for the Arts and is a Surdna Foundation Teaching Artist Fellow. Jarvis has exhibited his work at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian Anacostia Museum, Howard University Gallery of Art, the Center of Fine Art Photography, the David Driskill Center, and Katzen Center. The work is also in the collections of the U.S. Department of State, the Washington DC Art Bank, Crane Paper Company, and the Center for Creative Photography.
Today, Jarvis considers himself a Creative Strategist. He brings all of these experiences into play. Designing solutions that fit the dreams and aspirations of individuals or institutions. Allowing everyone to dream big.