Jeff Wiles’ edgy composites and “street” genre photographs have earned him numerous awards, exhibitions, and publication.
Jeff’s work has been included in six Pennsylvania “Art of the State” exhibitions (including three pieces selected for the 2017 exhibit); “PhotoNational” at the Lancaster Museum of Art, “Photography as Fine Art II” at the Susquehanna Art Museum; juried exhibits at the Darkroom Gallery, Vermont; the “Celebrate DOSHI Invitational” at Harrisburg’s DOSHI Gallery; and numerous solo showings at regional galleries, including Vermont's Darkroom and PhotoPlace galleries.
He was named a winner in two categories of Black and White magazine's 2017 Single Issue Competition and will be "spotlighted" in the October 2017 issue.
In 2015, he was named by BWGallerist as one of the top ten "Best of the Best" Emerging Fine Art Photographers and was a top ten finisher in "The Photo Review" 2015 photo contest.
He has received numerous awards and prizes in local and international competitions, including the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College; the Art Association of Harrisburg; The Susquehanna Art Museum; the Milton S. Hershey Museum and Gallery; Photographer’s Forum magazine; Black & White magazine; Plein Air Camp Hill; and Photoworkshop.com international contests.
His photos have been published in Black & White, COLOR, Photographer’s Forum, and AfterCapture magazines and “The Washington Post”. Most recently, he was awarded fourth place in the Photographer’s Forum magazine 2014 annual international competition which included over 10,000 entries and received a Merit Award in the Black & White 2014 portfolio contest. He was also a Gold Award winner in the March 2011 issue of COLOR Magazine’s single photo contest issue.