Jerome is an independent visual and performing artist based in Baltimore Maryland, USA. He has enjoyed success and acclaim with his traveling exhibit "The Stations of the Cross", a controversial photographic rendition of the passion and death of Christ that debuted 15 years before Mel Gibson's epic film was ever viewed.

Jerome works exclusively in large format and all images are created using a combination of modern and vintage large format view cameras employing traditional printing techniques without digital manipulation

I have embraced the alternative printing processes, particularly the cyanotype, because it affords me the luxury of creating my own surfaces and textures much like what I have done in the past with canvas and oil paint.

Jerome also enjoys working outside the confines of the darkroom, opening new doors of inspiration and creativity for him.



Jerome Deppe


Beets ©

Monolith ©

Onion 1 ©

Pear 1 ©

Portebello and Mink ©

Portrait 2 ©

Portrait 3 ©

Snow on Sherwood Trail ©