Jeremy Moss was born and raised in Southern Utah, an area where the Mojave and Great Basin deserts meet. He is currently based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and he teaches at Franklin & Marshall College. His work explores ritual, place, memory, and movement, as well as the forms, landscapes, and shapes that influence and inform meaning, experience, and perception. His films and videos often overlap a number of genres—including dance film, surrealist non-fiction, and film emulsion-based abstraction. He received his BA from the University of Utah in English Literature and his MFA in Film and Video Production from Ohio University.
His work has screened at various national and international festivals including Edinburgh International Film Festival, Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, FLEXfest, Athens Film + Video Festival, Brooklyn Film Festival, Arkipel Jarkarta International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival, CROSSROADS, Chicago Underground Film Festival, and at a range of venues such as Anthology Film Archives, Northwest Film Forum, Echo Park Film Center, and Microscope Gallery. His films and videos are distributed by Light Cone.
These Ways I Transgress (2018), Duet Tests (2016), Death / Destruction / Some Other Terrible Fate (2016), In Marfa (2015), The Blue Record (2014), Centre (2014), Cicatrix (2014), That Dizzying Crest (2014), The Sight (2012), Chroma (2012), Those Inescapable Slivers of Celluloid (2011), Out of the Holes of the Rocks (2008), Gods of Light, Idols of Mud (2007), Downwind (2006), Muzzle (2006)