Jeremy Cropf has a strong foundation in photography, videography, filmmaking, and computer applications complemented by knowledge of business operations and the need for customer-focused service. He has been an avid photographer and filmmaker since a very young age and has appreciated the chance to work in such an exciting medium.
In December 2010 he graduated early from the Tisch School of the Arts undergraduate Film and Photography program at New York University with honors. In 2009 Jeremy studied television and film production with the BBC Academy in London, attached as a media management assistant and researcher for the BBC Two factual series ‘The Virtual Revolution’ which has received numerous BAFTA and Emmy awards.
He recently completed work as a post-production intern on the award winning documentary film ‘The Last Survivor’ for the independent production company Righteous Pictures and office assistant for the soon to feature length documentary “Addiction Incorporated”, which was released in theaters December 2011. Jeremy has worked as an instructor for KETC Channel 9 in St. Louis, as well as an intern for their newest project ‘Homeland’, scheduled for nation-wide broadcast in this spring.
Jeremy recently worked as the director of photography on the Portland 48 Hour Film Project “Lame-Ass”, which won the award for Best Use of Genre in August 2011. In Summer 2012 Jeremy and his production company Corner Film Productions will release their first full length documentary film ‘Determined Lives’ about young adults with developmental disabilities living in New York.