Jeremy Glaholt graduated from San Diego State University in 2003 with a degree in Film, Television and New Media. He currently lives in Los Angeles where he works as a Cinematographer on a variety of projects including feature films, documentary, commercials, music videos, PSA’s, and t.v. promo’s. With an interest in collaboration and travel, Jeremy is deeply committed to projects that push the boundaries of visual exploration.
In 2013, Jeremy moved to Berlin, Germany where he produced and shot his short film, Catch. Upon returning to Los Angeles he began work with long time friend and collaborator Ken Roht, as cinematographer on his feature film Perfect Cowboy. He returned to Europe last November to premiere his short in Poland’s prestigious cinematography festival, Camerimage. In working with video/installation artist Clarrisa Tossin on her project Streamlined, he traveled from the Brazilian Amazon to northern Michigan capturing the aftermath of Henry Fords small town, Americana vision. Streamlined is currently on display at the Museum of Latin American Art in Los Angeles. Jeremy has recently finished filming his third feature film and just returned from shooting another project with Clarissa in Recife, Brazil. His reputation continues to grow based on his keen eye for composition and lighting, artistic viewpoint, and dedication to his craft – Cinematography.