Terrell Halsey (b. 1993) is a visual artist and photographer in Philadelphia, PA. With a BFA in Film & Media Arts from Temple University, he transferred his knowledge of the camera from cinematography to still imagery. As an artist he fuses street, conceptual, documentary, and portraiture to create visual experiences of humanity and better contextualize the world around him. He seeks to progress the voice and representation of Black and Brown people and use his craft to spark conversations. Halsey has been featured in numerous art exhibitions while also curating experiences himself. Most recently, he was a Keystone Award Honorable Mention for the Silver Eye Center For Photography 2023 Fellowship (Pittsburgh) and also held a solo exhibition at iMPeRFeCT Gallery (Philadelphia). His work has been mentioned in Aesthetica Magazine, Broad Street Review, Artblog, and is privately collected across the U.S.
Commercially, Terrell has worked with Temple University, The African American Museum In Philadelphia, AFSCME, BlackStar Film Festival, Urban Movement Arts, and takes on freelance work. He enjoys connecting with people, whether it be through art or human interaction in general. He is a father, husband, and child of God who is constanly evolving and embracing his human experience.