Jeremy Jackson [Jeremy Jackson]

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I am a semi-professional photographer interested mainly in landscape photography of the Pacific Northwest. I have been shooting landscapes now for about 15 years. I have published a number of articles in magazines and won some awards for my work. My goal as a photographer is to develop into a person that sees beauty in ordinary things. I feel I understand how to make dramatic landscape photographs of obvious subjects but I lack the ability to make the ordinary in to something special. My full-time profession is in psychometrics. I have a phD and teach at a college in Vancouver, BC. My main research and academic interests are in data analysis and philosophy of science. I have published over 20 academic articles in peer-reviewed journals and am the editor of a national journal of the humanities and social sciences.

Country: CA


Landscapes - Horizontal

Landscapes - Vertical

Interpretive Landscapes


British Columbia Interior


Reflection Lake sunrise

Vermillion Lakes moonrise

Coquihalla morning

Williamson Lake moonrise

Lake Ohara at Sunset

North Cascades Mist

Opabin Plateau morning

Sisters Wilderness


Alpine Paintbrush

Berg Lake Sunrise

Bridal Falls

Cascade Meadow

Hawkweed Flower

Jones Lake Sunrise

Lady Peak Sunset


The Royal Group

Wildflowers Forever

Opabin Plateau

Medicine Lake

Cottonwoods in Mist

Opabin Plateau at Sunrise

Maligne Lake

Church Mountain


Chilliwack Lake

Border Meadow

Spruce Lake Recreation Area

Giant Cedars

Floe Lake Sunrise

The Beaverfoot Range

Forest Fire Sunrise

Reflection Lake Sunrise

Cheam Meadow

Ruby Beach

Painted Hills Sunset


The Deadman Valley

Father and Son

Yak Peak

UFO - Unidentified Frozen Object

Maligne lake


Maligne Lake

Medicine Lake

Trophy Meadows

Medicine Lake Area


Perkins Peak

Alkali Lake

White Lake

Columbia Icefield

Columbia Ice-field Sunrise

Columbia Ice-Field

Mount Athabasca




The "Look"

Maligne Lake

Perkins Peak


Hell Ravings Peaks


The Spectrum Range