Jeremy Bassetti is a writer, educator, and podcaster based in Orlando, Florida who is interested in place, travel writing, mountains, and memory. He received his Ph.D. from Florida State University and teaches full-time at a small college in Central Florida. He has won international travel, research, and teaching awards and grants.
Jeremy is the host of the award-winning Travel Writing World Podcast. In the podcast, he interviews writers on travel and place, and on the business and craft of travel writing. He has interviewed the likes of Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Steve McCurry.
Jeremy’s writing and photographs have appeared in a variety of publications like N by Norwegian, the Norwegian Airline’s in-flight magazine, and regional print newspapers like the FSView. His photographs have also appeared in social media campaigns for businesses, organizations, and tourism boards like Tennessee Vacation, Downtown Orlando, and The Edwin Hotel.
Click here to see where Jeremy has been featured in the media. His books can be found here and his recent writing clips can be found here.
Being interested in international education, Jeremy also leads short-term study abroad programs and helps professors, institutions, and organizations evaluate and develop study abroad programs.
From 1997 until 2003, Jeremy produced electronic dance music and was signed to record labels in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. His tracks were reviewed in the top electronic music publications of the day like Muzik Magazine, Urb, and Mixer Magazine, were played on the top radio stations around the world like BBC Radio 1, and have appeared on albums and complications including one by Grammy Award winners that reached #1 on Billboard’s Top Electronic Albums chart in 2003. He left the music industry in 2004 to pursue his education full time.
Contact Jeremy Bassetti
Thanks for stopping by! Please email me at jeremy [at] jeremybassetti [dot] com if you’d like to say hi or discuss how we can work together.
As Featured In
The Blue Mountain Review (November 2020)
The Daily Telegraph U.K. – Bruce Chatwin at 80 Years (30 May 2020)
The PIE News – Short-term study abroad boosts prospects (5 December 2019)
UpJourney – How to Ask a Professor for a Letter of Recommendation (17 October 2019)
Podcast Insider – Interview with Jeremy Bassetti (8 August 2019)
Urb Magazine – Review of Bassetti song “Hourglass” (September 2002)
Muzik Magazine – Review of Bassetti song “Callisto” (January 2002)
Lotus Magazine – Review of Bassetti song “Callisto” (December 2001)
Lotus Magazine – Review of Bassetti song “Ganymede” (October 2001)