The Sherman County local Artist Series is featuring photography by Jeremy Lanthorn for the month of September at the Sherman County Historical Museum. Jeremy, his wife Kara (Blagg), children T’Sharra and Jacob moved to Sherman County in 2011 and live out of Grass Valley. They have strong family roots here in the county and quickly settled into to country life and Jeremy can be seen at many school events taking sports photos for Sherman Jr/Sr High School.
Jeremy has always loved photography. While in college Jeremy took some photography courses and has progressed over time from the dark room to the digital world. In 2008, before his daughter T’Sharra was born, he purchased his first digital camera and has been learning and improving his photography every day. Jeremy loves learning new things about his camera and always working to get the best shot. He continues to perfect his art by learning from the best, whether through listening to photography podcasts, YouTube videos, reading articles, studying other photographer's work or just following them around. It is easy to see Jeremy’s passion for photography grows more each day, “My goals as a photographer are to capture memories of events and families, shoot live action sporting events, especially wrestling, and using my camera to show things that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to see.”