Clarence Tabb Jr
An energetic and caring artist, Clarence demonstrates a certain compassion and sensitivity for capturing his subjects. Clarence has been photographing nationally and internationally for the past 30 years. He has traveled extensively in the Middle East, Europe, Central America, South America, Southeast Asia and Southern Africa to cover major stories.
During his career he has covered such stories as: The NCAA “ Final Four” Men’s basketball tournament in 2009, the World Series 2006, Super Bowl 2006, NBA All-Star game 2006, Homecoming of Rosa Parks 2005, NBA Finals 2005, NBA Finals 2004, Hurricane Frances in the Florida Panhandle, 2004, The declining Rain Forest in Suriname South America in 2001, Democratic National Convention 2000, The Luther Keith “Bad Man Blues Tour” in Europe in 2000, the "South African Elections” in 1999 and 1994, the 1998 “Rose Bowl”, the “Million Man March” in 1995, the devastation of “Hurricane Hugo” in South Carolina 1992, “Who speaks for Black America", a national project that examined the leadership of Black America in 1992, The “Colombian Drug Cartel” in Bogotá, Colombia 1991, The lifestyles of the “Black Hebrews” in Israel in 1991, The NCAA “Final Four” Men’s basketball tournament in 1988, The 1987 visit of “Pope John Paul II” in the USA, the 1987 Fiesta Bowl XVI National Championship Game, College Baseball World Series in 1986, Detroit Pistons (Beat Photographer), 1993- present, for the Detroit News.
He has worked as a staff photojournalist for major newspapers around the country, and has been published in major magazines including Time, Black Enterprise, The Source, Bowlers Journal, Sports Magazine and Sports Illustrated for Kids. Clarence is also the recipient of over twenty awards for his photography. He is currently a staff photographer for The Detroit News, and is president of In My Eye Photography.
- Breaking news
- Video capture
- Video editing
Clarence Tabb Jr
1.“ Obedience” – Tsiporah Yehuda, kisses the hand of Prince, Eliyah ben Israel as she passes him in the Black Hebrews community in Dimona, Israel, the men are polygamist, and often are treated as royalty by the women in the community.