Terrie Jacobson

Terrie Jacobson of Rochester, Minnesota photographs nature, scenery, and wildlife.

Born in Norfolk Virginia, Terrie Jacobson was infatuated
with nature and wildlife even as a young child. At the age of 8, she convinced
her friends to run away from home to live in the woods. Once there, they
started building forts until darkness arrived and frightened them into
returning home. In 2001 she finally settled in a wooded area in Rochester. At
that time she discovered photography as a medium to portray the hidden world of
nature.

Terrie is a member of SEMVA, and has had her work published
on the cover of the Mayo Clinic Quarterly. Her work is exhibited in the Bethany
Samaritan Home and Olmsted Medical Center: she is a juried member of the
Mantorville Art Guild with art displayed there and at the Olmsted Historical
Center.  She teaches photography
privately and through Community Education. 
She also has expanded her work to portrait photography.

Terrie’s photography is currently on display at Artify Collective, 274 Main Street, Zumbrota, MN 55992.

Her website is www.tjsphoto-art.com