The Scoop is proud to have Jeremiah Cothren as a visiting photographer. From the Midwest to Toulouse, Jeremiah snaps away at anything that grabs his artistic eye. With a background in architecture, of course he is also intrigued by the diversity of Barcelona.
One of Gaudí’s most famous buildings, is La Sagrada Familia Church. He lived on the grounds, and for decades was devoted to the church. This is not one of his sculptures, and he was the master architect for the building.
Does Gaudí do anything conventionally? No. These mysterious faces are part of the ventilation system for La Pedrera, on Passeig de Gracia.
Eduardo Chillida, an astounding sculpture from San Sebastian, has his work in a medieval plaza in Barcelona. He loved playing with negative space. Living in San Sebastian most of his life, he found the gray and chill of the area conducive to his creativity.
Jeremiah Cothren was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio and at a young age was attracted to the vibrant cultural energy of San Francisco. After high school he decided to make the move as he attended the University of California, Berkeley receiving his BA in Architecture. He received no formal training in photography but thanks to a fellow colleague who was a photographer himself, he found a new friend and mentor to guide his vision.
Jeremiah has travelled and worked in Europe and the Middle East and always continues to document his journey of the built environment. He recently completed a photography exhibit in San Francisco on the works of Frank Lloyd Wright. Jeremiah is currently residing in Toulouse, France.
A current collection of Jeremiah’s work may be found at his site www.ooo-child.com