Tiffany Jones is a visual artist and has received her BFA in photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Jones' art practice often employs interactive types of data collection including interviews and surveys, in order to engage participants. Versatile and varied, Jones’ work is always influenced by history, current events, and societal assumptions. This practice grounded her community work as an artist. Her passion for community art and motivation for engagement grew with her involvement with the 2011 Black Male Identity project in Baltimore City, an initiative to change negative stereotypes of black men into positive images; with Autumn Leaves, inter-generational community arts experience with elders of Baltimore City; and the New Day Campaign using art to challenge stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness and addiction, all of which have been a platform for Jones to build a deeper appreciation for arts as a tool for education, impact and dialogue.
Jones has exhibited her artwork in various galleries and museums in Massachusetts, New York, Virginia, and Maryland. These include the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York, Artisphere in Virginia, Baltimore Museum of Art, James E Lewis Museum, and Sheila and Richard Riggs Galleries all in Baltimore.