Kerika Fields Nalty is a writer and photographer whose work has been published and exhibited widely.
She has covered current events and the arts &entertainment scene in NYC for over two decades. Her articles have appeared in The Amsterdam News, BELLE Magazine, Black Elegance, Black Issues Book Review, Caribbean Life, Essence, Honey, Impact, Variety, VIBE, The Source an online at ABFF.com, Bust.com, Curlynikki.com, Essence, MsXfacor.com and Soulhead.com
Her images appear in the Deborah Willis photography book, “BLACK: A Celebration of a Culture” (Hylas Publishing, 2008), “I GOT YOUR BACK: A Father and Son Keep It Real About Love, Fatherhood, Family, and Friendship” by Eddie Levert, Sr. and Gerald Levert with Lyah Beth LeFlore (Harlem Moon, 2007), “Adrenalized: Life, Def Leppard, and Beyond” by Phil Collen and Chris Epting (Simon & Schuster, 2015) and in the compilation book “Mfon: 100 Women Photographers of the African Diaspora” (2017).
Kerika Fields' photographs have been exhibited at The African American Museum of Philadelphia, The Brooklyn Historical Society, The Brooklyn Public Library at Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Moon Café, Corridor Gallery in Brooklyn, 40 Acres Art Gallery in SanFrancisco, The McKenna Museum in New Orleans, and the RUSH Arts Gallery and Leica Gallery in Manhattan.
She studied photography and journalism at Howard University’s School of Communications and received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Photography from Empire State College.
Kerika Fields Nalty is the author of “He’s Gone…You’re Back! The Right Way to Get Over Mr. Wrong” (Kensington Publishing, 2010). Her book of photographs and essays, “Flash and Circumstance: How I Got That Shot”, will be published in 2021.