Residing in Bozeman Montana, Jeremy Hatch is known for his large-scale porcelain installations that explore ideas of nostalgia and the in/authenticity of memory. He has attended residencies at the Takumi Studios in Japan, the European Ceramic Work Centre in the Netherlands, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Maine, and the Archie Bray Foundation in Montana, where he was the recipient of the Taunt Fellowship. Hatch holds a BFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art In Michigan and since receiving his MFA at Alfred University, New York; Jeremy has taught at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax; and the Rhode Island School of Design; and is currently assistant professor of ceramics in Montana State University. In 2008, he founded Ricochet Studio as a means to explore the intersections between craft, art and design. One goal of Ricochet is to collaborate with artists from various disciplines to develop limited edition ceramic products. Azure Magazine recently named him one of the “top 25 designers leading the pack”
image: Spring Snare, 2003, porcelain, rope, 8 x 6 x 17'