Jeremy Chapman is an award-winning photographer and investigative multimedia journalist who uses his skill-set to deliver compelling stories across all platforms of media distribution. He loves to tell stories in innovative ways to help people better understand the more complex issues of our time; and strongly believes in the importantance of creating awareness about issues to facilitate positive change.
His work has been published with: The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Enquirer, The New York Times, The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, Center for Public Integrity, The Arizona Republic, The San Diego Union-Tribune, Getty Images, KTVK-3TV and many more.
A member of Investigative Reporters and Editors and the Investigative New Network, Chapman founded the Montana Center for Investigative Reporting in 2012, a nonprofit, non-partisan investigative news organization focused on producing groundbreaking accountability journalism that serves the people of Montana and their communities.
Chapman is a passionate person who cares deeply about his country and believes journalists play a vital role serving the public by helping to maintain a healthy, transparent democracy. By ensuring public awareness, citizens can make informed choices about issues that directly affect them.