has been working as a professional photographer in Jamaica for over 30 years...
…catering mainly to the advertising industry, as well as to corporate Jamaica.
His love for photography developed while living in Europe, where he was inspired by the beauty of the landscape through its seasonal changes. Upon returning to his home, Jamaica, he worked for 20 years in film and television production, incorporating still photography in his work wherever possible. In 1997, he made commercial still photography his primary professional activity having set-up and operated his studio in Kingston, where he has worked with clients such as Digicel, Wray & Nephew, National Continental (NCC), NCB, ScotiaBank, Sagicor, VMBS, JN, PROVEN, Kingston Wharves and Mayberry Investments to name a few. In addition, his still photography has been featured in Jamaican publications Kuya, MACO and HHG.
Jeremy has also worked as a Location Scout and Location Manager in Jamaica’s Film and Television Industry for close to 30 years, mainly on international feature films and television commercials. He has worked on the productions of the iconic films Cool Runnings, Prelude to a Kiss, Eureka, Shattered Image, Treasure Island, and Knight and Day, and on several TV commercials both local and international. This work has taken him across the length and breadth of Jamaica, providing the opportunity for him to satisfy and share his passion for the Jamaican landscape, reveling in its beauty and variety, as well as that of the Jamaican people. The diversity of the island is evident in his work depicting the seascape and mercurial coastline, the lofty and majestic mountains, and the many interesting places in between.
More recently, Jeremy has shared his years of experience through various teaching positions at the University of the West Indies (CARIMAC), University of Technology Jamaica (U-Tech) as well as in private group and one-on-one sessions. When he’s not shooting, teaching, mentoring or running around Jamaica he’s likely sat down, feet up with a cold Red Stripe or Red wine watching a good movie or Saturday Night Live.