Documenting my world, for what it is...

Malcolm Jackson (b. 1993) is an Award winning artist and photographer who is currently based in Jacksonville, Florida. Malc uses photography as a bridge to connect the viewer to the realities of life for the common person in the 21st century. He uses street photography as his practice as a way to focus on race, class, identity, and community.

Selected Clients: GQ, The New York Times, Nike, Washington Post, Vox, Bloomberg, Netflix and ESPN

Portrait by Eddie Castro


Long Road Projects, Erie, Pa / 2021


The Community Foundation of Greater Jacksonville Art Ventures Grant / 2022

Visual Artist of the year award, Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville / 2018


Best Served with Tea, self published, / 2015

Southern Uncomfort,  published by Nighted Life / 2013

Permanent Collections

UF Health

Solo Exhibitions

Across The Bridge, Cummer Museum, Jacksonville, Fl / 2021

Group Exhibitions

Past-Present Future, The Corner Gallery, Jacksonville, Fl / 2022

Soul Circuit, The Lark, Jacksonville, Fl / 2022

The Nameless Now, Flagler College, St. Augustine, Fl 2020

The Black Beach, Cathedral Arts, Jacksonville, Fl 2020

Candy, Space 42, Jacksonville, Fl / 2017

Over In Zion, Florida State College Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fl 2016


Behind the Scenes with Malcolm Jackson » Whalebone ( 

Malcolm Jackson – Rabbit Hole Distillery

Bold City Blues — The Culture Crush

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