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My daughter Penelope took this image of me when she was only three-years-old.

I’m 39 40 years old, a father of three, and a human being who happens to find happiness through the viewfinder of any camera in my possession. I live in Colorado, and I’m currently pursuing a degree in Journalism. I was born cross-eyed and I’ve always seen the world in double vision. I’m not sure if that affects my photography or not, but it has definitely affected my perception of the world around me, as well as the people in it. I traveled the world with the Marine Corps in my early twenties, and was too busy working or getting drunk in my free time to bother taking any photographs. This fact has given me the urge to capture everything I see with my cameras. I don’t ever want to miss an opportunity to record what I see in the world ever again. I’ve spent the last three four years immersing myself in the world of photography. I never leave home without a camera or two. I’m not sure if I am capturing anything relevant or if I’ll someday be recognized as a photographer of note, but I am enjoying life behind the lens.

217 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Jeremy, good stuff here. It’s great to see someone else’s approach to a similar mission, I’ll definitely be keeping an eye on your stuff.
    Thanks for dropping by and following my blog!
    Keep up the good work! Cheers!


  2. Thanks for stopping by to check out my blog and the follow, hope you liked what you saw. Looking forward to seeing more from you. You have great stuff in your blog!!! Take care!!! 🙂


  3. Hi Jeremy, this page made me smile one of those nice warm smiles and prompted me to have a proper look around your blog. I love it, I’ll be stopping by often. Thank you.


  4. Ruzhi Chew says:

    Thanks for dropping by and following! You’ve got really nice pics, I’m gonna observe them more to improve my street photography..


  5. Hey Jeremy…
    Just wanted to pass on my thanks for stopping by to check out my blog and for being brave enough to ‘Follow’ it 🙂 I do wonder how you stumbled across it though?
    I admit, it’s all a bit new still, but I hope you liked what you read so far, as much as I have writing.
    Uncle Spike


  6. Great to see you on dragonshades. I think that being alive is always a good idea and at this moment it seems like the ideal time to be both observing and experiencing life. Through blogging we get the chance to see our own and others lives which is remarkable. Many thanks for the follow and much success in all that you do.


  7. Hi Jeremy, nice to meet you. I’ve been travelling all over your blog. What wonderful, very real photos you take. Thank you for visiting our blog, and for following. I hope you enjoy the stories of our journey, both inner and outer.


  8. I too wish I had had a camera with me at all times when I traveled the world (I worked for an airline, not the Marines). I wasn’t (always) drunk, it was more to do with the high cost of printing.
    The digital era has really revolutionised the way we take photographs.
    If you take photos all the time, I’d recommend this photographic website with I have been using for a number of years: http://www.blipfoto.com
    The free version is more than enough, the Pro version only has a few extra bells and whistles.
    There is this guy based in Denver who does mostly street photography: http://www.blipfoto.com/RaspberryJefe it may be of interest to you.
    All the best,


    • Thanks for those great links, your insightful comments, and your time. I will be sure to check out those websites. I need to hook up with some Denver street photographers, it would be nice to have some backup out there on those streets.


  9. I feel like you were calling me out, so just to make myself feel better:

    My MOS was 1833, I was in from April of 1993-1997 stationed at Camp Pendleton, California
    I was a member of the 3rd Amphibious Assualt Batallion, 1st Marine Division. Started in Echo Co. moved to Fox after I got in some trouble when my first son was born and went UA for a few days. I was a part of Operation United Shield in Somalia. We provided protection for the final pull out of UN forces in the area. I got out as a Corporal after my 4 years. Loved it, hated it, and had crazy experiences that I wouldn’t trade for the world.


  10. Awesome “about” page Jeremy! I share your passion of photography and am so glad we met by your visit to my blog! Thanks so much for following! I look forward to following your work and seeing how you capture the world around you! With living in CO I’m sure you have much to capture! Love it there! Blessings, Robyn
    PS – Thanks for serving our country and defending our freedoms by being in the Marine Corp!


  11. Thanks for the recent visit to/follow of my blog. It led me here and I’ve just spent a bit of time perusing through your last dozen or so entries. You’ve got a really good eye for candid street photography. That’s a unique thing; keep on nurturing it.


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