Jeremy Hogan

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Jeremy Hogan was born and raised in California and began freelancing for newspapers while still in high school. He is a graduate of the photojournalism program at San Jose State University,... read on
 
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Obama's Inauguration. 2009 (Photo by...
Obama's Inauguration. 2009 (Photo by Jeremy Hogan)
Mongolian Wrestlers. Mongolia. 2002 (Photo by...
Mongolian Wrestlers. Mongolia. 2002 (Photo by Jeremy Hogan)
Aerialist. Indiana Fair. July 31, 2017 (Photo...
Aerialist. Indiana Fair. July 31, 2017 (Photo by Jeremy Hogan)
Waiting for the Great American Eclipse in the...
Waiting for the Great American Eclipse in the time of Trump. Hopkinsville, Kentucky. August 21, 2017 (Photo by Jeremy Hogan)
Bert Chole's funeral at Arlington National...
Bert Chole's funeral at Arlington National Cemetery. September 22nd 2017 (Photo by Jeremy Hogan)
10282017 - Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA: A man...
10282017 - Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA: A man wrapped in a confederate flag leaves Public Square as the confederate statue recedes behind him in downtown Murfreesboro, Tennessee. White Nationalist groups gathered for a "White Lives Matter" rally in downtown Shelbyville, Tennessee earlier in the day, but canceled a second rally in Murfreesboro. The rally, and the counter rally in Shelbyville were the largest such gatherings since the deadly Charlottesville Unite the Right rally in August. A coalition of neo-Nazis and white nationalists including the Nationalist Socialist Movement, Traditional Workers Party, Vanguard America and Anti-Communist Action, and League of the South, were present. The White Nationalist and neo-Nazi groups gathered at Henry Horton State Park 45 minute from Murfreesboro, but dispersed when members of the media arrived. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan)
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