Jeremy Spierer is a young self-taught photographer born in Geneva. His poetic career started in 2007 when he was awarded a 1st price for his texts by the Geneva association of young authors. Jeremy also studied law and is now a qualified lawyer at the Geneva bar.
In January 2011, Jeremy started his first photographic adventure by walking and documenting difficult neighborhoods of Tel Aviv with his trusty 50mm lense which haven’t left him since.
In September 2012, Jeremy received his first international award for his photography by the HaRiviera Gallery in Tel Aviv curated by Ziv Koren.
A year after, Jeremy went for a long trip in South America through Brazil, Argentina and Chile. The resulting series of images show ordinary life in black and white with a strong emotional print of the inhabitants through the cities he visited.
After this trip, the pictures were shown at his first solo show in Geneva in collaboration with Squarestudio. Two of his pictures from Ipanema Beach being granted with the prestigious Photo Democracy Award by Steve McCurry and were exhibited in London at the Beetles+Huxley Gallery.
Jeremy then left for Ukraine, France and Italy among other destinations. His ambition is to give a mirror to the world in places important for him by showing its beauty and fragility with poetry.
In 2014, Jeremy received the 1st price at the Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3) in the book proposal category for his series Faith (on the Jordan River).
Since then, Jeremy has dedicated his free time on more projects throughout the world with an emphasis on teaching and sharing his passion.