Kerika Fields is an award-winning photographer who has covered entertainment and corporate events for nearly two decades.
Her images have been published in local and national publications including The Beacon, Caribbean Life, City and Suburban Styles, The Daily News, Essence, Right On!, Sister 2 Sister, Savoy, The Source, Spice!, Variety and VIBE. Her images also appear in the Deborah Willis photography book, “BLACK: A Celebration of a Culture” (Hylas Publishing, 2009), “I GOT YOUR BACK: A Father and Son Keep It Real About Love, Fatherhood, Family, and Friendship” by Eddie Levert, Sr. and Gerald Levert with Lyah Beth LeFlore (Harlem Moon, 2007), and “Adrenalized: Life, Def Leppard, and Beyond” by Phil Collen and Chris Epting (Simon & Schuster, 2015)
Kerika Fields’ photographs have been exhibited at The African American Museum of Philadelphia, The Brooklyn Historical Society, The Brooklyn Public Library at Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Moon Café, Danny Simmons’ Corridor Gallery, 40 Acres Art Gallery in Sacramento, The McKenna Museum in New Orleans,The Gris Gris Club in New Orleans, RUSH Arts Gallery, and the Leica Gallery in Manhattan. Her photograph “Journaling in Jamaica” was awarded 2nd place in the St. Joseph’s College Juried Exhibition 2007. Her photographs also appear in the Nelson George documentary “Brooklyn Boheme” which appeared on VH1.