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Jeremy Parmley

Authentic video creator

Job Video Producer

Lives In The West End

Jeremy received his bachelors at the University of Southern Maine after studying Media and Communication with a concentration in film production. Since then, he worked as a video producer at an award winning creative agency, and now works as a freelancer. 

His aesthetic is authentic with a fluid and adaptable style. He enjoys capturing the raw beauty and candid moments that bring a realistic truth to a story. 

He has produced and assisted in productions for clients such as Cole Haan, Sperry Top Sider, Sterling Rope, HM Payson, Quince and Co. and others. His abilities range from cinematographer and editor, to photographer, director and motion graphics designer. 

As a Maine Native, Jeremy enjoys the outdoors, travel, the ocean, surfing, hiking, and staying active. 

Why did you choose Portland? Portland is a hub for creativity both for the State of Maine and beyond.

What do you like to do with out-of-towners? Show them the restaurant scene, art scene, drink some good craft beer and take them for a surf.

Where's your "happy place" on the peninsula? The East End

What's the most surprising thing about this city? It's just big enough that you can get lost in the fine details it has to offer.

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