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Jaypix Belmer



"We must always present Black people

positively and forever striving forward." - W.E.B Du Bois

My name is Jaypix Belmer, My pronoun is My Name.

Identifying as a non binary black, Indigenous person of color,

I have a special way of using the lens as a tool for storytelling. 

Born & raised in Boston, Ma. I am a graduate of New England Art Institute with a B.A. in Photography and have worked with clients in both private and commercial industries known for imbedding emotion through light and color for an eye popping reflection.

My photography teaches you the importance of the soul.

My professional style delves into the subtle intricacies of class, capturing the unconsidered people and places who inhabit the urban landscapes  My works dig deep with authentic engagement in communities of color, LGBTQ communities, and other historically or currently excluded communities in the Greater Boston area which is essential to my photogrpahic journey.

I enjoy working with people. I love collaboration with visionaries, builders & creators providing a safe approach that enables one to articulate their vision.

When not shooting I continue to call agency on important social & economic issues for the betterment of our world.  I also work on local and national commercial projects based around developing brand identity through creative enterprises.


2023 " Resurgence" Multimedia Exhibition , A.A.M.A.R.P

2022 WilD Negro Is Love,This is Therapy For Us, Cultural Equity


2022 UPHAMS IN BLOOM Public Exhibition: Strand Theater

2022 ART WORK HERE ,ART STAYS HERE: Boston City Hall

2021 Whistling In The Dark, The Kingston Gallery; SOWA

2021 The B.I.R.D Street Project, The Uphams Corner Library

2020 Projecting Our Stories, Projecting Our Futures, DS4SI

2019 Staged Exhibition, New Visions of Boston Music Photography

2018 Boston Air  
2014 ID. L.O.T T Exhibition Tour Kickoff + Portrait Reveal, Nixon Peabody 100 Summer St, 25th floor, Boston, MA 02110
2012 Photographic Resource Center Exhibition
2012 The AIME Award  (The Constructed) : NEAI

2012 Alum of Artist and Professional Toolbox program of the Greater Boston Arts & Business Council.


Documenting Dorchester: Local photographer Jaypix spearheads preservation effort

What’s Going On? Exhibition Image Publication

Whistling in the Dark | KINGSTON GALLERY


CaseStudy Creative Placemaking Uphams Corner

Boston Voyager Meet Jaypix Belmer

Qwear Fashion | Creative Photographer | Photo Journalist | Writer

Capturing the Visual Soul of the Black, Queer, and Unseen.

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