Jeremy Santiago graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Cinema with an emphasis in Cinematography as well as an interest in Producing, Directing, and Screenwriting. Having grown up an Eagle Scout, he seeks adventure as well as keeping those values into his films.
A growing and independent filmmaker, he has worked with the San Fransisco State University Cinema Department as well as Hawaii's own Kinetic Films on various projects and productions around the San Francisco Bay Area. Since the start of his college career, he entered into Campus Movie Festival, an annual event at San Francisco State University celebrating student filmmakers across the country. For this competition in 2012, his film The Red String of Fate, was nominated as Best Drama and in 2013, his film After Tomorrow won the Audience Choice Award.