Jeremy Lurgio is an associate professor and a freelance photographer and filmmaker. He teaches photojournalism and multimedia storytelling at the University of Montana School of Journalism. He teaches a variety of classes include co-teaching the school award-winning Native News Honors Project
Jeremy continues to shoot still and video projects. His last two projects were longer form documentary projects. The interactive multimedia Lost and Found Montana documented vanishing communities in rural Montana. His recent project, a short film about an 89-year-old ultra runner, has toured internationally.
Jeremy is currently in Wellington, New Zealand where he is working on projects as part of his sabbatical.
His work has appeared in newspapers and magazines that include the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, High Country News, National Geographic Adventure, Men’s Journal, Education Weekly, Montana Magazine and Northwest Fly Fishing. He continues to be a regular contributor to the Big Sky Journal.
Jeremy enjoys trudging up and down mountains with his camera gear to get the right shot, but he also likes mountain biking and cyclocross racing without any gear attached.
Aerial, Documentary, Nature, Sports, Portrait, Video Production, Video Editing, Backpack Journalism, Photo Editing, Spot News, Multimedia Production, Still Photography