Jeremy was born in London in 1989. From the late 90’s into the 2000’s he was busy immersing himself in the thriving skateboarding communities around the city, this triggered his interest in documentary photography, focusing his lens on his friends in this—at the time—fringe subculture. For several years he worked as a graphic designer across various agencies in London, sparking his creative mind and sharpening his eye for aesthetics. In 2017, Jeremy left the UK, beginning a bicycle tour to India and its neighbouring countries igniting a photography project documenting obscure and fast-fading cultures from the woodland sorcerers of Northern Thailand to the wild nomads of the Mongolian Steppe. After one and a half years and twenty-two countries, he pedalled into Berlin, concluding his 17,000km journey, whereafter his work began to take a more artistic direction, straddling the border between reality and fiction.