Bio
Jeremy Ruzich is a photographer, poet and interdimensional artist living in Kansas City, where he was born and raised. He has a BS in Photography from the University of Central Missouri and has been producing photography and video storytelling projects commissioned by nonprofit organizations and grassroots community groups since 2008.
His self-initiated artwork incorporates photography, poetry, video, audio, 2D & 3D mixed media, and conceptual art collaborations. When creating, Jeremy is most drawn to teasing out universal threads of the human experience, practicing holistic ecology, advocating for paradox, and asking questions that mostly just lead to more questions.

Commissioned by:
ArtsKC
Bridging the Gap
KC Tenants
MOCSA (Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault)
Sherwood Autism Center
Advocates for Immigrant Rights and Reconciliation (AIRR)
Showing Up for Racial Justice, Kansas City (SURJ-KC)
League of Women Voters of Johnson County
PeaceWorks Kansas City
Nonprofit Connect
Back Door Pottery
The Don Bosco Centers
Académie Lafayette
The UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance
Association of Fundraising Professionals: Mid-America Chapter
Jerusalem Farm
Guardian Angels Parish, Kansas City
Bespoke Woodworks
St. Martin de Porres Parish, Belize City
St. Anthony Parish, Kansas City
Ben's Ride: Mental Health Awareness Education Research
Water With Blessings
Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph
Unbound (formerly CFCA)
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