Jeremy Relph is a documentary artist who works with normal people in extraordinary situations. He’s published widely in publications including the New Yorker, Business Insider and the Toronto Star. He received a grant from the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting for his work on the crisis level violence in Honduras. He’s published two photozines, Distancia, a meditation on violence in San Pedro Sula, Honduras and Everblessed, on the interconnected worlds of the church and dancehall in Kingston, Jamaica. He has an MA from the University of Manchester’s Creative Writing program. He is a poor yet consistent runner and yoga practitioner, an obsessive music and McDonald’s lover.