H. Jennings Sheffield is a contemporary artist working in lens-based media, digital video and sound. She received her MFA from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2011, and her BFA from the Atlanta College of Art in 1996. Sheffield's current work investigates the idea of collective imagery through re-appropriation. She is an internationally active artist with her latest work exhibited at The Print Center in Philadelphia, Houston Fine Art Fair, Lens Culture, What Do You Really Need?, Medien Kultur Haus Wels, Austria; Viral: Photography in the Age of Social Media, at Cambridge University in the UK; Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Denver, Colorado, and Paperworks 2016 at B.J. Spoke Gallery in Huntington, NY.
Sheffield is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Baylor University teaching photography. She resides in Woodway, Texas, with her husband and two sons.