Jarred Krom is an experienced photographer, director, cinematographer, and explorer. Following in his father's footsteps of photographing national parks across the United States, Jarred has traveled from a young age to nurture an eye for capturing the Earth's natural beauty through his photography. As a filmmaker, he has collaborated with a wide array of up-and-coming directors and cinematographers, most recently finishing his latest short film, "Cabin Fever", on track to premiere/screen at film festivals in 2021.
Jarred's growing perspective of this world is accompanied only by his desire to continue perfecting his craft, reconnecting with nature, and experiencing new scenes and ideas. He aims to use photography and filmmaking as a platform to discover the world, share the wonder of its unique people and places, and ultimately inspire others to explore outside of their own comfort zones.
Jarred is a proud graduate of Hofstra University with formal studies in Photography, Film Production, Psychology, and Sociology. He worked as a teaching assistant for various film production classes and as an administrative assistant to the Film Production department during his senior year. He has studied closely under photographers such as Marjorie Pillar, Barbara Jaffe, and Susannah Ray, and filmmakers such as William Jennings, George Nicholas, and Russell Harbaugh.