Terrell Halsey is an artist/photographer based in Philadelphia, PA. A film and media arts graduate of Temple University, he transferred his knowledge of the camera from video to still images. As an artist he expresses himself most through street photography as it helps him to understand the world around him.
He has been featured in art exhibits in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York City. In 2017, he co produced a show titled “InterACTion Project” in which he held a solo exhibit. He was also featured in a juried exhibition by The City of Philadelphia Office of Arts and Culture titled "Philly Reveal: Through the Photographic Lens" (2019); at City Hall. That same summer, Terrell had the great opportunity to teach photography and filmmaking to kids from all over the globe, at Julian Krinsky Summer Camp. Over the pandemic Terrell participated in virtual exhibitions such as Los Angeles Center of Photography’s “Say What You Want to Say”, and also hosted his own online exhibitions with artists internationally. Most recently he was featured in Vox’s epublication (February 2021), self published a book of curated works reflecting on the pandemic shutdown, and participated in Social Documentary Network’s online show “From Tulsa to Minneapolis: Photographing the Long Road to Justice”. He enjoys connecting with people, whether it be through art or human interaction in general.
He also does freelance and commercial photo/video shoots, events, head shots, etc. No matter what Terrell is shooting he focuses on the stories of life and capturing the moment.