Jeremy is originally from Vestal, New York and currently holds degrees in Anthropology (BA, SUNY New Paltz) and Maritime Studies (MA, East Carolina University). His Master’s thesis examined the development of the harbor at Cape Town, South Africa during the 19th century in relation to the formation of a cultural landscape of risk in Table Bay. Jeremy has participated in several maritime archaeological projects in coastal North Carolina, the Great Lakes, Florida, South Africa, and Costa Rica.
He initially joined the QAR Team as a Graduate Assistant for the QAR Conservation Lab in 2012. Since that time, he has served in varied capacities as a Lab Technician and as a diver on the shipwreck site. In the lab, Jeremy is primarily responsible for artifact photography and final documentation. Jeremy is a former competitive swimmer and PADI Divemaster, with additional diving certifications in Decompression Procedures, Advanced Nitrox and Trimix Diving