Jeremy Wade Shockley
Durango, CO, USA
Jeremy Wade Shockley (b. 1977) is an award winning photojournalist and self-taught photographer who has been exploring foreign lands and cultures from an early age. He first picked up a camera while serving an architectural internship in the Colonial city of Cuenca, Ecuador. This immediately developed into a passion for documenting the world around him.
Jeremy returned to the United States in order to finish a degree in architecture at the University of Colorado. Shortly thereafter, he embarked on a two year Peace Corps assignment in the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho.
In addition to continuing his work in Latin America and Africa, Jeremy has been documenting the American West for more than a decade. He worked on staff as a photojournalist for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe from 2008-2013.
Jeremy has garnered numerous awards from The Society of Professional Journalists, The Native American Journalism Association and the Colorado Press Association for his photography and reporting. In addition to his work for The Southern Ute Drum newspaper, his photography has been included in museums throughout Colorado. His images appear in publications including WorldView Magazine, New Mexico Magazine, and High Country News. He is also published by National Geographic, the Associated Press, The Guardian and Burn Magazine. His work has been recognized in numerous juried photography exhibitions, and is regularly featured at the Open Shutter Gallery, Durango, Colorado.
Jeremy is currently based out of Durango, Colorado and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
2016 - Photojournalism and Fine Art Awards
- Breaking news
- Still life