Jeremy’s work is predominantly environmental portraiture and documentary, focusing on positive representations of migration and related issues. Since becoming a professional photographer in 2014 he has had three solo exhibitions. His most recent work has been supported by Arts Council England and the Gloriette Charitable Trust. He also works as a theatre photographer and in 2013 and 2014 was photographer in residence for the Traverse Theatre's Edinburgh Festival season. His images have been published in the The Guardian, The New York Times, The Sunday Times, The Scotsman, The Yorkshire Post and others. 






‘Arrivals: Making Sheffield Home’ - Weston Park Museum, September 2016 - February 2017

‘Remain / Leave’ - Sheffield Train Station, September 2017

‘Unhidden in Plain Sight’ - Sheffield Winter Gardens, October 2018

Upcoming from June 2019: ‘Arrivals: Making Tyneside Home’, Discovery Museum Newcastle


Magnum Photos Professional Practice Series | NGOs, Social Practice and Advocacy November 2018

This weekend workshop provided the opportunity to learn with Magnum nominee Sim Chi Yin and others how to develop visual storytelling and to consider the ethics of using visual storytelling as a tool for social change.




Redeye Photography Network

Jeremy is the joint organiser of Redeye’s ‘Sheffield Sessions’, held in conjunction with Sheffield Hallam University. 


Clients include:

  • Welsh National Opera
  • Scottish Opera
  • Sheffield Theatres
  • The Lowry Theatre, Salford
  • The Arcola Theatre, London
  • Aurora Nova Productions
  • The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
  • University of Sheffield
  • Doncaster Museums