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TDC PHOTOGRAPHY

About

TDC PHOTOGRAPHY

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TDC Photography is a Colorado Springs based imaging company, owned and operated by award winning photographer, Jeff Kearney. TDC’s work spans countless magazine covers, posters, banners, billboards and digital advertising. A variety of  photos can be purchased on Shutterstock and Getty Images along with viewing them here.


TDC Photography’s clientele include:

Blakely + Company, Clear Channel Communications, Colorado College, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre, Colorado Springs Gazette, Colorado Springs Independent, Columbia Records, KILO 94.3 FM, Pikes Peak Community College, Pikes Peak United Way, Springs Magazine, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Veda Salon & Spa 

Jeff Kearney The man behind the camera.

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In more than 20 years as a photographer, Jeff Kearney has shot in some of the biggest cities in America — but he’s always come back to Colorado Springs. That’s the home of his TDC Photography, and the place where he gets to pursue his varied photographic passions.

Jeff started out as a fashion photographer, trained by former Vogue and Cosmopolitan photographers at the Art Institute of Seattle. In the mid ’90s, he followed his passion for music — he still plays four instruments — and expanded into concert photography. Since 2010, he’s rounded out his skill set in the editorial and commercial arenas, serving a who's who of Pikes Peak area clients and developing a new love for food photography. He’s also taught photo seminars and art classes. Jeff cites Mark Weiss, Galen Rowell, Ross Halfin, Mark Reis and David Black as influences. But no matter what he’s working on, his style — like his trademark beard — stands out.

Organizations & Awards

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Jeff is a Lowepro Preferred Photographer, a Nikon Professional Service member and a member of the Professional Photographers of America. He is represented by the DALLE Photo Agency.


In May 2017, Jeff’s photos of adults and young children living with developmental disabilities (exhibited in collaboration with internationally renowned photographer Rick Guidotti, The Resource Exchange and Chapel Hills Mall) won a U.S. Maxi Award. for the "Positive Exposure" Exhibit.