Jeremy Ferris, MLIS, is a librarian living in Providence, RI. His interests include community arts & community archiving, public special collections, book repair & conservation, and bridging natural history & creative practices. He is presently a digital imaging technician at Rhode Island Historical Society’s Mary Elizabeth Robinson Research Center and an adjunct reference librarian at Community College of Rhode Island.

Jeremy is also an artist and illustrator whose practice spreads across visual information, phenomenology, underground sci-fi comix, and the ghosts and reverberations that live in the overgrown abandoned farmlands of New England and upstate New York, his first home.