Seattle, WA, United States
Jeremy Rice is an ASMP member photographer who explores fields such as travel, sports/action photography and photojournalism. He has worked variously as an EMT, firefighter, commercial fisherman and high rise construction worker. These professions inform Rice’s outlook as a photographer, a unique sensibility that is equal parts improvisation and technique. His personality shines through in his work: enthusiastic, risk-taking, straight shooting, and not afraid to get his hands dirty. Rice has a knack for going places others aren’t willing to go. Whether it’s going out on a literal or metaphoric limb for the perfect shot, or just being in tune with the moment, Rice is consistently able to capture striking images that also express a spontaneity and lust for life.
Besides technical and aesthetic concerns, Rice knows how to tell a story. Equally important is capturing things as they arise, where there are no second chances. Instead of planning in advance, Rice tends to improvise in the spur of the moment, coming up with delightful narratives, which are equally surprising to both artist and audience alike. Rice’s natural abundance of energy and bias towards action leads him to unexpected places, both physically and with regards to the stories he tells. His recent series, High Pressure Healing, explores themes such as health and illness, restricted zones, places hidden from the public eye, futurism and human-machine interaction.
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