Jeremias Paul, born in Erlangen, Germany, has been living for the past twenty-some years in the United States, where he spends his time teaching and making art. Since 2007, Jeremias has been an Assistant Professor of Photography at Southern Utah University, where he serves as the head of the photography program. After earning his M.F.A. and B.F.A. in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design, Jeremias taught at Boston University’s Photographic Resource Center and the New England School of Photography. Jeremias has been a member of the Society for Photographic Education since 2005 and served as the chair of its southwest region from 2010 until 2013. In Jeremias’ photographic work, he is primarily interested in notions about how experiences of spaces are perceived, understood, and formed into memory. His series, Mikado, investigates how multiple photographs contextualize themselves collectively, and how their implication is changed through the eyes of each viewer’s experience with the image’s physical arrangement. Jeremias’ work is continually exhibited throughout the United States.