Jeremy is a photographer. At his core, he loves to make art. Starting out as a designer, Jeremy really only began taking pictures to bring texture into his design work. Before he knew it, he loved photography (and was getting paid to do it.). So in April of 2005, Jeremy switched over to it full time and he has never looked back. In a relatively short amount of time, Jeremy earned the respect of artists, photographers, and celebrities alike. Now hailed as one of the trailblazers in the industry, Jeremy sees taking a photograph as merely the first step in creating a piece of art.[learn_more caption=”Learn More about his Bio”] Photography has taken Jeremy to six continents. Jeremy’s skills behind the camera have allowed him to work with many clients in the entertainment industry, such as Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Sting, Clive Owen, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Imogen Heap, Courtney Cox, and Ryan Seacrest, just to name a few. He also traveled with Britney Spears in 2009 as her photographer and documented seventeen countries with the Passion World Tour in 2008. From all his travels, Jeremy has released 3 Photography books, “Hope in the Dark”, “The Poor Will Be Glad” and “Awakening”. It’s fair to say that his photography career has been diverse. No doubt about that. But for him, it’s not about being famous or being known or getting awards. It’s about doing everything he can and using any platform he has to make a difference. He’s a social artist. Jeremy also spends his time on community projects, developing and working on creative ways to use his camera to make an impact. Jeremy has worked with multiple non-profit organizations and traveled throughout Africa to photograph and bring awareness to the needs of those people. He is also the founder of Help-Portrait, a worldwide movement of photographers using their time, equipment, and expertise to give back to those less fortunate. On December 12, 2009 Help-Portrait provided free portraits for over 40,000 people in 42 Countries. Lastly, after the devastating earthquake hit Haiti in January of 2010, Jeremy responded with his “Voices of Haiti” photo essay, letting the people of Haiti express their own prayers and hopes through photography. This project was displayed prominently at the entrance of a very important gathering of world leaders at the United Nations in March of 2010. They were meeting to discuss the rebuild of Haiti and they ended up pledging ten billion dollars to the effort. On that day, Jeremy’s project “Voices of Haiti” proved that art can help make a difference. He’s a creator. Jeremy is a crock pot of ideas, always on low simmer. He doesn’t sleep enough. His mind won’t let him. Whether it’s the next shoot, the next book, or the next out-of-the-box idea that probably is too crazy to really pull off but it would sure be fun to try, Jeremy just can’t stop. And that’s why his career keeps moving forward. Jeremy hasn’t run out of ideas yet- for photos, for art shows, for workshops, for books, for helping other people. He’s a family man. Living in Nashville, Tennessee, Jeremy draws a lot of inspiration from his wife, Shannon, and their two awesome kids, Adler and Eisley. They also have a dog and a cat, but they are not as inspirational.[/learn_more]
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