About Jeremy Church

There’s nothing quite like overcoming a challenge, and the empowering rewards that follow; wisdom, confidence, humility, patience. It’s a journey that begins with an aspiration or curiosity, and ends with an accomplishment, however close to or different from the original goal it may be. It’s hard to fail, even if the objective is never reached.

I love a good challenge, and each one allows me to envision a greater goal and potential for the next. Building a website, restoring a motorcycle, cultivating a marriage. Sometimes the challenges are chosen for me, like a flat tire, which can be just as rewarding if approached with the right mindset.

So who am I? I’m just a guy facing each challenge head-on. It doesn’t always turn out the way I hoped or expected, but that’s ok.


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This site runs on a self-hosted, installation of WordPress, and the CSS is compiled from Sass.

Page headers are set in Acta Poster by DSType Foundry. It was initially designed for a Chilean newspaper in 2010. Acta Poster is reminiscent of ultra, display typefaces from the 1970s. Source: Typographica; Served from: Typekit.

Subheaders are set in Roboto, a grotesque typeface by Google’s Christian Robertson. The font was designed in 2012, and since then Google has released a new version with plans to actively develop the typeface. Source: Google Developers Blog; Served from: Google Fonts.

Body text is set in Lato by Polish designer Łukasz Dziedzic. It started as a project for a corporate client, and was later released under the Open Font License in 2010. Its creator, Łukasz, says Lato is “Male and female, serious but friendly. With the feeling of the Summer.” Source: Google Fonts; Served from: Google Fonts.

Photos of myself (on the About page and article footer) were taken by Brad Klucsarits and Vinnie White, respectively.