In 1997 Jeremiah Baumbach was accepted into the University of Central Florida’s demanding Film Program. While enrolled he licensed his 16mm short “The FlyWho Wouldn’t Try” and produced a marketing campaign for the Aiguille Rock Climbing Center which aired during the 1999 X games.   

   After graduation he began working as a freelancing camera assistant for BRAVO, Disney, ESPN, XLF, & HGTV. A year of freelance work led Jeremiah to a full-time position with Panavision, working in their lighting & grip department. Here he gained a valuable knowledge of the diverse production gear usually reserved for high-end productions.

    The summer of 2001 brought a teaching opportunity with Florida Metropolitan University, where he taught the technical & aesthetic aspects of television & film production.

    During his tenure with FMU he began working as a freelance producer for WMFE - PBS (Public Broadcasting).  

    Several of Jeremiah’s projects were well received by critics and as a result he was honored with awards including two Telly’s and a Videographer’s Award of Distinction. 

    Another stint of freelancing led Jeremiah to Orlando Tech’s Television Production Program. Since the fall of 2005 he has been working with students to produce a number of popular podcast series.

    After turning out a number of marketing promos & industrial films, Jeremiah pursued a project of passion, producing the pilot for the series “Eco-Weekends”, a travel show focusing on Florida’s Eco-Tourism. The pilot received an Emmy Nomination for the program’s outstanding videography.

     In 2007, when Orlando Tech became an Apple Authorized Training Center, Jeremiah earned his certification as a Final Cut Certified Trainer. 

    In the fall of 2011 & 2013 Jeremiah was once again Emmy Nominated  for his camera work on the seasonal Comcast OnDemand "HorrorscapeS" channel.

    Currently, Jeremiah is teaching, freelancing, & shooting stock footage.