From a young age, Jeremy Campbell was interested in art. Growing up in the 80's and 90's in the middle of the woods with no cable, he turned to sketching and painting to occupy his time. Ironically, Jeremy's high school did not have an art program. Despite this, a few teachers recognized his potential and helped him apply to the Governor's School for the Arts, to which he was accepted at the age of 15. This meant that Jeremy got to spend a few weeks of the summer at the M.T.S.U. campus in Murfreesboro, Tennessee where he was able to hone not only his painting skills, but also drawing and sculpting. Jeremy also attended E.T.S.U. for a few years as an art major. It was here that he decided that he was not well suited for higher education.

As an adult, Jeremy continued his art journey by continuing to draw and paint in between odd jobs. When the pandemic hit in early 2020, his perspective on contentment changed. Jeremy decided to quite his job as a dental technician to pursue his true love as a full time professional artist and he could not be more pleased with his decision.

Jeremy currently resided in East Tennessee with his endlessly supportive wife by his side along with four rowdy, amusing dogs - all who love him very much.