Series: Artists’ who are Modernizing the Fine Arts

Jeremy Cowart is a well-known photographer, entrepreneur and humanitarian, who was named “the most influential photographer on the internet” in 2014 by Huffington Post, Forbes and Yahoo. Jeremy was an avid painter until 2005, when he found a new interest in photography and decided to pursue a career from it. His new passion led him to photography styles that he loves and is considered to be one of the best at. His drive and passion for his new found love helped him gain recognition, and he has only built up his image from there. He is a well-known entrepreneur whose mission is to “explore the intersection of creativity and empathy”. He has published many books, has presented speeches at TEDx, the United Nations and creative conferences across the country. He is also the founder of the iPhone app called OKDOTHIS and the global photography movement Help-Portrait. He currently lives in Nashville, TN, with his wife and four children (two of whom they recently adopted from Haiti). Jeremy Cowart has garnered worldwide attention over the years for his various projects and efforts. The Purpose Hotel, Help-Portrait, OKDOTHIS, Voices of Gatlinburg, Voices of Reconciliation… they all have created a buzz.