Jeremy Endo is a conceptual artist/ designer based in Boston & New York, working on a project by project basis with Manga comics, internet imagery, and Eastern-Western pop cultural forms. His work analyzes popular culture trends that reflects our interpersonal relationships and interactions involving ritual, communication, presentation, and the sharing of information and images. Jeremy's practice is ambitious and involves a constant questioning of what he is doing and where he is going. He is not afraid to try new ways of making in effort to refine his ideas and think about the framework/lens through which he is collecting material and re-presenting it.
Jeremy earned his Bachelors in Science in Art at Skidmore College in 2014 with concentrations in Painting, Drawing, Textiles, and Communication Design. He earned his Masters in Fine Arts at Tufts/ The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 2016. He currently teaches printmaking at Montserrat College of Art and freelances in Communication Design. In his free time, he learns HTML5, CSS3, researches concepts for marketing & product management, and weaves tapestries on the days when the Northeast becomes a tundra.