This photograph was taken off the Alaskan coastline on an overcast day. The port was busy with a series of ocean liners, whose passengers were off to experience the on-land portion of their vacation. As a photographer experiencing a cruise for the first time, I wanted to emphasize the boat's shape and form. The tall and rectangular nature of the structure seemed almost counterintuitive to the rules of buoyancy.
Inspired by huge waves and mountainous backdrops, Jeremy's career began with a focus on surf photography while living in Japan. Three years later, he moved to Sydney and developed the more technical aspects of his craft while studying at the Australian Centre for Photography. Upon returning to Canada, he gained years of practical education working under the country's top advertising and editorial photographers. Based in Toronto and New York, Jeremy currently shoots advertising and editorial photography internationally.