Jeremy Woolf grew up in Winnipeg in a secular Jewish family that had recently emigrated from Europe. Woolf’s love of photography developed at an early age. After an undergraduate degree in modern history, he trained as an architect at the University of Manitoba.
Practicing in BC and throughout Canada for 27 years, the last 16 as managing partner of a major Vancouver firm, Woolf now devotes himself to his photography full time. Woolf’s current project is an investigation into the subculture of American truck stops for which he obtained his Class 1 tractor trailer license. He currently lives in Vancouver.