Jeremias Paul was born in Germany and holds a Masters of Fine Arts and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in photography from the Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, Georgia. After completing his masters degree Jeremias taught at the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University and the New England School of Photography, as well as being a regular contributor to the online arts magazine Big, Red, and Shiny in Boston, Massachusetts.
Jeremias’ photographic work melds elements of sculpture and performance art with photography and is primarily focused around his interaction with the landscape. In his more recent work he also explores notions of connectivity between photographs, the viewer, and how they affect a place’s existence. His work has been exhibited nationwide at various venues, including Philadelphia’s JMS Contemporary Art Gallery; New York’s Russeck Gallery, Rhonda Schaller Studio, SOHO Photo, and 3rd Ward Gallery; and Boston’s Griffin Museum of Photography, among others in various group and solo exhibitions. Jeremias has received numerous awards and honors including Boston’s Photographic Resource Center’s Northeastern Exposure Online exhibition award and most recently was featured on the blog of New York’s notable Jen Bekman Gallery.