Terna Jogo (pronounced teh–nah joe–go) is a  Nigerian-British artist using photography to explore identity, creativity, fashion and beauty through a racial lens. Other disciplines, including writing, production and creative direction, inform Terna’s photography practice which grew from an interest in media, in particular magazines, TV and film. Terna explored these fascination as a media student in secondary school up until undergraduate study at the University of Leicester. Upon graduating, Terna decided to pursue media and photography outside of formal education, joining youth-led platform GUAP Magazine where she led the fashion content as fashion editor for two years.  
Since July 2022, Terna has been developing her art practice alongside freelancing and is currently concerned with exploring how photography can be used as a tool to create personal narratives and worlds that contribute nuanced perspectives about what it means to be Black. 
Twitch, Pinterest, Moves Recording, Rolling Stone UK, GUAP Magazine, Notion Magazine, Noémie Wilson, Rotaro, Deya.
Published Work
Rolling Stone UK, Crack Magazine, GUAP Magazine, Notion Magazine

Featured In
Hunger Magazine, People’s Stories Projects, Urbanautica 
BLK BOY JXY – Photofusion, Brixton. 
Artizan Radio Presents: Black Consciousness – Bottle Factory, Old Kent Road.
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