Jared Windmüller was born in 1973, in Joinville (Santa Catarina - Brazil) and studied Photography at IDEP (Escola Superior d’Imatge i Disseny) in Barcelona, Spain. In 2001, at the beginning of the transition from analog to digital photography, he moved to Japan, where he lived for six years. There, Jared set up a studio where he produced portraits and publicity photos. In 2007, he returned to Brazil where he was a speaker for major photography conferences, printing and imagery expositions all over the country. In 2015, Jared Windmüller launched his own fine art gallery in Jurerê International, Florianópolis, where he was showing a collection of fine art photography composed of landscape and abstract photography. His images intended to explore the beauty and emphasize the grandeur of landscape and nature. His preferred period of the day to photograph is at dusk, when he has only a few minutes of light to capturing his subject before nightfall. Jared’s abstract compositions sometimes consist of elements of nature or comprises architectural elements. His works have been published in many significant Brazilian newspapers and magazines such Folha de S.P. Estadão, Diário Catarinense, Revista Nova, Manequim, Photos & Images. In 2016, he moved to the U.S. where he currently lives and works in Utah.