Jonathan Mark Harris Jr., professionally known as Jeanmarc, is a published photographer and videographer who transforms and enhances the digital presence of private, public, corporate, entertainment, and high-fashion clients. His photos have been featured in various magazines such as Vogue, People, Grio, Essence, Black Enterprise, Ellement. He is also the personal photographer to 3x Grammy Nominated recording artist Raheem Devaughn, and was an official photographer for the Michelle Obama and Beyonce’s “Let’s Move” movement. Born in Washington DC, Jonathan grew up ambitious and strong-minded. His first role as a sit-in talent on shows like “Our Voices” and “Teen Summit” on BET was the start of a longstanding career in film/photographic production. He then became an intern for The History Makers, a show that highlights significant people who have contributed to Black history. He attended Bowie State University where he studied Tv/Radio journalism. During his time at Bowie, he landed a position at Radio-One as a marketing and promotional coordinator where he spent five years increasing awareness of their brand and affiliate companies. Shortly after, he moved to Winter Park, Florida where he studied Film Productions receiving his master’s degree from Fullsail University. He then moved to San Antonio, Tx where he contracted a deal with a local distribution/investment group to provide commercial and social media videos for their associated companies. After deciding to move back home to Washington, DC where he worked as a Senior Communication Specialist for the Center for Naval Analyses, his entrepreneurial spirit led him to manage Jeanmarc Photo full-time where he produces film and photography projects across the District, Maryland, Virginia area. His most recent endeavor included producing the 2020 and 2021 virtual commencement ceremony for the George Washington University School of Medicine.