Jeremy Dennis, born in Southampton, is an artist and photographer whose work revolves around essential issues of indigenous identity, assimilation, and tradition. Using digital photography, he creates images that reference the most common depictions of indigenous people. Utilizing photography's ability to charm and influence the viewer through curiosity and cinematic lighting, Dennis aims to create conversations about uncomfortable themes of post-colonialism in a Hollywood film style. Dennis was raised on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation. He graduated with a BA from Stony Brook University with a minor in Digital Arts. He recently graduated from Pennsylvania State University with an MFA.