Jeremy Snell, a photographer and cinematographer, has a deep-rooted interest in humanitarian work. Originally hailing from Hawaii, he spent a significant part of his upbringing in various Asian countries. His artistic focus centers on the connection between humans and their surroundings, particularly in rural and underdeveloped regions across the globe. Notably, Jeremy Snell received recognition for his series called "Boys of Volta," which earned him the esteemed Portrait of Humanity Award in 2020 from the British Journal of Photography. The series was published by Setanta Books and showcased in the Global Tour, with exhibitions held at the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center in Budapest and the Indian Photo Festival in Hyderabad.
Recently, Jeremy Snell completed his inaugural feature film project in Lebanon, showcasing his expanding creative range. He has also undertaken commissioned work for prominent entities such as Apple, Google, WWF, The International Justice Mission, Charity: Water, and UNICEF, further highlighting his dedication to impactful storytelling. Currently residing in Brooklyn, New York, Jeremy Snell is represented by Open Doors Gallery based in London.
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