Hi, I’m Jeremy, an independent documentary filmmaker.

I hope this site gives you an idea of what matters to me, and how I think and see the world around me.

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Jeremy Ho is a documentary filmmaker and video producer whose work focuses on culture and social issues. He has covered topics from the rise of youth in Pakistan, the working class in Korea, to the struggles of low-income residents moving from Dakota Crescent. He also most recently served as the local production fixer for the Singapore episode of Street Food on Netflix.

Based in Singapore, his work has brought him to places around the region like Pakistan, Thailand, China, Korea, and Japan, and has been featured at major film festivals in New York, Germany, The Netherlands, and South Africa.

In 2014, he directed Lahore Landing, an interactive documentary on another side of Pakistan not commonly seen in the media. It went on to be exhibited at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, the largest documentary festival in the world.

Jeremy works closely with outlets like Channel NewsAsia and Not Safe For TV (NSFTV), and clients like Ethos Books and Michelin Guide, directing and producing news features and documentaries. His video on the underwater rugby scene in Singapore garnered an EPPY Award, and his short documentary on the first Michelin-starred hawker went viral with 4 million views and won an Honourable Mention for “Excellence in Video Reporting” at the SOPA 2017 Awards.

He was a co-founder of Run & Gun Media, a media company that aimed to push boundaries in storytelling in the local journalism scene. In 2019, he moved on to pursue a deeper direction in documentary filmmaking.

Also available as a director of photography, Jeremy has served under artists like Charmaine Poh and Chong Lii to bring forward unique visions in their work on gender and liminal spaces.

He graduated from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.