Jeremy is freelance professional commercial photographer currently based in Singapore but travels widely for overseas assignments. His work is mostly commercial and tends to be mostly for banks, hotels, restaurants and the tourism industry. Some of his clients include American Express, Standard Chartered Bank Singapore, The World Bank (Singapore), Tourism Australia, Starwood, Sheraton Towers and NYK to name a few.
Aside from commercial work his editorial work has been published in magazines and newspapers such as Silver Kris, Expat, Wine & Dine magazine and The Straits Times.
He has attended a workshops conducted by world renowned National Geographic photographer and Magnum member, Steve McCurry. In March 2004 he was also selected to be one of ten young photographers to participate in Shooting Home 2004 by Objectifs School of Film and Photography.
For TV media he has worked with Singapore film directors Eric Khoo and Royston Tan on a four part Ghost story series for Channel U as their stills photographer.
On the wide screen, he had the opportunity to work on the feature film â€˜Cagesâ€™ (an American-Singaporean production directed by Graham Streeter staring Oscar nominee Mako Iwamatsu (Pear Harbor, Seven Years In Tibet), Zelda Rubenstein (Poltergeist, Sixteen Candles) and Singaporean actress Tan Kheng Hwa.
He had his first solo exhibition â€œJourneyï¿½? at the Touch Gallery in July 2002 in Singapore and has since had been part of various group exhibitions locally and as far as Canada.
In July 2005, he was selected to be on the panel of five judges for the inaugural â€˜HYPEâ€™ exhibition by HP at the Arts House for the first time in Asia.
He however maintains a deep passion for travel and documentary photography has allowed him to cover issues from child marriages in India to slump communities in Manila. He is known for his atmospheric images and personal portraits of those he photographs.
He has also recently started to lecture Diploma Students at 3Dsense School of Interactive Visual Arts