Jane Robbins Kerr

Photographs, Paintings and Writing about the South


Look for the middle photograph from the group above in Dr. Henry Louis Gates PBS Documentary The Black Church in America 



Jane Kerr, The Hallelujah Lady,

included in the collection of The Do Good Fund | Southern
Photography Initiative

 Jane Kerr, Hallelujah Lady


 A recent Editorial by Birney Imes, in the Columbus Mississippi Dispatch. Article



"Instead of entering retirement, Jane Kerr has energetically
explored her present and past through creative writing, expressive
paintings, and both color and black and white photography. She has
studied with photographers, writers, and spiritual leaders (the late
John Daido Loori was influential as a photographer in addition to
establishing a famed Buddhist Temple.)
A native of Mississippi, for the last several years Jane has returned to the rural environment from
which she fled (or literally flew from as a flight attendant for Delta
Airlines) over 50 years ago. She has photographed extensively in her
native south.... " 
Bill Gillespie,Photography
Center of Atlanta


 Elvis Still Rocks the South, Jane Kerr