I’m Jeremy Billett, an Australian photographer and hiker based in Northern NSW.
Photography and exploring wild places brings an opportunity to see the world that exists outside our towns and cities, and challenge the connection we have with our environment.
I have a deep curiosity and fascination for our symbiotic and spiritual relationship with wild places that have supported us for tens of thousands of years.
Through photography I want to capture the scale, connection and rituals of the environments that feed our existence.
I believe the power of a still image can break through the distraction of modern life and draw you to question who we really are.
I hope to change or challenge your perspective and appreciation of the world around you, and your place in it.
Join me in finding your way along old paths through ancient forests, lost valleys and vast seas.
Seek to find the silence before you sleep.
A monthly dose of inspiration and tips to re-kindle your creativity and self discovery through landscapes and photography.
Publications, Competitions & Exhibitions
Head On 2022 (Landscape) – Semi Finalist
The Mono Awards 2022 (Places) – Highly Commended
2021 Wilderness Photographer of the Year (Places) – Highly Commended
2020 Australian Photography Awards (Documentary) – Finalist
Just Photos Exhibition, 2019 – The Old Kirk, Yamba NSW
Images of the Clarence Exhibition, 2018 – Hilton Gallery, Harwood NSW
Clarence River Arts Festival, 2018 (Open Photography) – Winner
“Silver awards for Jeremy’s golden images” – Daily Examiner, 2017
2017 Focus Awards (Landscapes) – Silver
2017 Focus Awards (Black & White) – Silver
“My Back Roads” by Junko Sakamoto – ABC Open, 2016
“Harwood man’s long exposure to photography reaps new rewards” – Daily Examiner, 2014
“Photographer exposes a heavenly beauty” – Daily Examiner, 2014