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About Ol' Jeffrey

This is the part where I’m supposed to write about myself in the third person as if someone hijacked my website and decided to say a bunch of great stuff about me.


Instead, I’ll say this: I’m just a regular everyday normal guy who likes to ride motorcycles, explore the world, and take lots of pictures in the process.


I like to take my dog Chester on trips with me. 


I haven't been to the moon or to the bottom of the sea. But I have traveled and lived in many faraway places and had a lot of amazing adventures. I've taken a lot of neat photos along the way.


I’ve been published in books and magazines, but not nearly enough to be a super famous millionaire. My parents are proud of me and love my adventures, and that's better than any amount of money or fame I could ever get.


I'm a curious person by nature, and I like to explore the amazing universe that we live in, from photos of tiny ants drinking from a drop of water to exploring the paramo in the Colombian Andes. 


I could list my publication credits and professional accomplishments and tell you what other people have said about me, but my mom and dad would be more than happy to do that job for me.


Let's be friends, better yet, let's take a trip to the moon.


- Jeff



Welp, lots of people ask about my resume, so here is some of it:


PHOTOGRAPHY STUFF - Jeff Cremer is an award-winning wildlife photographer from Pueblo, Colorado. Before starting Colombia Motorcycle Adventures, he worked in the Peruvian Amazon as a wildlife photographer and marketing director for a group of luxury ecolodges in the Amazon jungle.




  • Worlds Largest Atlas - Jeff's work has been displayed in galleries around the world and published in numerous books and magazines. Two of his gigapixel photographs were recently published in “EARTH Platinum Edition,” the world’s largest atlas. Each page spread of this limited edition book measures a breathtaking 6 feet x 9 feet (1.8m x 2.7m). Only 31 copies will be printed and will retail for $100,000 a copy.


  • 16 Gigapixel Machu Picchu - He also holds the record for the largest photo ever taken in Peru: a huge 22,000-megapixel panorama of the Miraflores district of Lima as well as the largest photo ever taken of Machu Picchu, weighing in at 16,000 megapixels. The image can be seen at


  • Strange, Weird, and Cool - The Amazing Wildlife Of The Amazon Jungle - Jeff spent six years as a wildlife photographer in the Peruvian Amazon and published a photography book showing all the amazing creatures he discovered there. 




  • Predatory Glow Worm - A mysterious glowing worm was discovered lighting up the soil in the Peruvian rainforest.


  • Butterflies Drinking Turtle Tears - Deep in the western Amazon rainforest live butterflies that drink turtle tears. That sounds like a line straight out of a fantasy novel, but it’s one hundred percent real life! It’s an unusual sight – swarms of butterflies flocking at the eyes of yellow-spotted river turtles, trying to get a sip. The poor turtles keep ducking or swatting, but the butterflies persist until they’ve had their fill.


  • Decoy Spider - A spider decoy built by a real spider (at the top of the decoy) in Peru. 


  • Web Tower Structure - Something in the Peruvian Amazon was found making weird, intricate structures that resemble white picket fences surrounding an Isengard-like spire.


  • Baby Harpy Eagle - Photographing the largest eagle in the world is difficult by itself but photographing the chick is the jungle equivalent of seeing a unicorn.


  • Searching for Uncontacted Tribes - Arranged a journey with National Geographic to one of the most remote and controversial areas of the Amazon to look for the "Nomole" a group of uncontacted tribes being threatened by logging, illegal gold mining, and a controversial road being built at the tribe's doorstep. 


Featured in:




  • Wired Magazine

  • National Geographic

  • NBC News

  • Yahoo News

  • Huffington Post

  • London Telegraph

  • Techbang

  • Toronto Sun

  • as well as others


Click this to find links to a bunch of my news stories.


His astrophotography images have been featured in:


  • RC Optical Systems

  • Jet Propulsion Laboratories

  • California Institute of Technology

  • Astronomy Magazine


SUBMARINE STUFF - Triton Submarines LLC Marketing Consultant


  • Marketing consultant for Triton Submarines, the most experienced civil submarine and submersible manufacturer in the world.


  • Helped develop a partnership with Aston Martin to create an ultra-exclusive limited edition submersible capable of reaching depths of over 7500ft.


  • Provided consulting with Cousteau Divers, an organization run by Jacque Cousteau son, Pierre-Yves Cousteau to promote deep-ocean research and exploration.


  • Dove to over 1000ft in-depth on the Tongue of the Ocean, a deep oceanic trench in the Bahamas that reaches depths of over 6500ft.


  • Consulted on other special projects that cannot be discussed due to nondisclosure agreements.


OTHER STUFF - Jeff is a licensed private pilot with complex, high-performance aircraft and mountain flying checkouts. He is also a certified scuba rescue diver with dives all over South and Central America.

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