Malcolm Jackson (b. 1993) is a artist and street photographer born in Jacksonville, Florida. Raised in Jacksonville, Malcolm’s love for photography came from going out with his uncle on photoshoots during his freelance career in the late 90’s and early 00’s. After multiple Track & Field injuries began to sideline Malcolm in High School, he started picking up the camera more regularly. Photography became a coping mechanism to deal with his depression from Track & Field and hasn’t looked since. His photographic began by documenting muscle cars with his uncle. After feeling that his environment wasn’t being documented for the future to witness, he made it one of his many missions to document Jacksonville’s voiceless. In 2017, Jackson would see his photography career come full circle in his show “Candy: The Land of Donks” an immersive photography exhibition that examined Florida’s “Donk” car culture and how its influence has shaped popular culture worldwide. In 2018, Jackson was awarded Visual Artist of The Year by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville. His work has been featured in VSCO, and Street Dreams Mag. In the past, Malc has been able to work with clients like the Jacksonville Jaguars, Billionaire Boys Club/ICECREAM owned by Pharrell Williams and The Culture Crush.