Juliska,11, Ivor Walters Primary School by Kacey Jeffers
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Digital Inkjet Print
From the series Uniform
Accompanied by a signed letter of authenticity
Universal Edition of 7 + 2 AP inclusive of any additional sizes
While supplies last, print purchasers will receive a complementary signed copy of the book, Uniform.
"One time while travelling to St. Maarten, I looked out the window and could see a shark swimming in the ocean. Flying can be scary. It feels like we’re dropping. The more I travel, the more comfortable I feel. For my next trip, I want to go to England to shop and play in the snow."
Kacey Jeffers is a self-taught photographer from the Caribbean island of Nevis. In 2018, After spending 3 years living in New York City, he returned to Nevis for a year. This period was instrumental in fine-tuning the artist’s purpose. Now more than ever, he is motivated to tell stories that challenge, reinterpret, and disrupt the status quo. Kacey Jeffers offers a fresh perspective. His work merges different genres of the medium to create narratives that are authentic, sensitive, and emotional. In Uniform, his first monograph, Kacey portrays Nevisian youth in their school uniforms. The project is a true celebration of individuality, stirs up nostalgia, and offers hope for a brighter future.
Learn more at KaceyJeffers.com
"Uniform and African Cosmologies Look at the Future of Black Life", Sugarcane, May 18, 2020
"One Photographer Documents the Lives of Schoolchildren in the Caribbean", AnOther, April 29, 2020
"Uniform: Kacey Jeffers’ nostalgic gaze", British Journal of Photography, April 2, 2020
"Kacey Jeffers Humanizes Youth Culture", V Magazine, March 13, 2020
"A Fashion Photographer Considers the School Uniform", W, March 8, 2020
"Back to school with Kacey Jeffers", The Face, February 21, 2020
"In Uniform, Kacey Jeffers Captures Both Nostalgia and the Future", Vogue, February 18, 2020