In 1997 Jeremiah Baumbach was accepted into the University of Central Florida’s demanding Film Program. While enrolled he licensed his 16mm short “The Fly Who 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 2010 a producer for Dr. Bill Cosby contacted Jeremiah about editing content for the comedian. Jeremiah now acts as the senior editor for Bill Cosby's app series "OBKB", as well as additional marketing media.
In the fall of 2011 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.