Jeremy has become known for his narrative and documentary series work over the last several years; with shows that have aired on Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC, Discovery, National Geographic, History Channel and in festivals around the world. A portfolio this eclectic could perhaps only be borne out of a work background as diverse and involved as his. In addition to spending over sixteen years as a steadicam operator, Jeremy was an early adopter of digital capture technologies. Long before he shot motion pictures he created candid street photo essays—as early as age 11, in fact. These skills, and his penchant for experimentation and calculated risk-taking, place him in a rare class of do-it-all DPs.
His latest work has been shooting two episodes of a new Netflix Guillermo Del Toro anthology series “Cabinet of Curiosities”, with directors Guillermo Navarro and Ana Lily Amirpour, respectively.
He is also known for the hit series “The Expanse” which wrapped its 6th and final season in May 2021. Jeremy has been the photographic leader for the series since its debut in 2015. All six seasons are currently on Amazon Prime.
In September 2020, he collaborated with director Manjari Makijany for the Disney + film “Spin“.
Jeremy also shot two episodes (103, 105) of the first season of the Amazon Prime series “The Boys“. In the summer of 2019, Jeremy shot eps of “Condor” Season 2. In 2017 he worked with director Mikael Salomon on the acclaimed National Geographic Channel mini series “The Long Road Home“, shot entirely in Texas.
His feature 2019 documentary “Alone Across the Arctic“, which he executive produced and shot, has won numerous festival awards around the world and is streaming on Amazon Prime and iTunes / Apple TV.
His body of work has garnered him a prestigious ASC win for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for KILLING LINCON, a Canadian Screen Award for Best Photography in a Documentary program – “WE WERE CHILDREN”, 7 CSC nominations and 3 wins for Best Performance Cinematography for “LOST IN MOTION II”, Best Docu-drama Cinematography for the feature WE WERE CHILDREN with director Tim Wolochatiuk; the Cream Productions docu-drama THE EGYPTIAN JOB with director Nick Green; MANSON, a captivating film about the Manson family for History Channel and A&E directed by Neil Rawles and THE GREAT SPERM RACE directed by Julian Jones. Both MANSON and THE GREAT SPERM RACE also won Jeremy 2 Gemini Award nominations for Best Photography in a Documentary Program or Series.
A believer in the importance of well-rounded life experience, Jeremy is an active member on the Board of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers and proudly gives back to the LGBTQS+ community.