Jeremy Hunt is an artist, writer, and theologian. His music and video art explores chaotic and ambiguous spaces, where noise and music, visuals and static collide in contradiction and synchronicity. At Fuller, Dr. Hunt focuses on theology and culture courses, diving into film, TV, and other artistic expressions. He writes and releases music via the band QOHELETH and his solo project Aint Pancakes. He also runs Philip K. Discs, a small independent label dedicated to noise, noise rock, and experimental music. Hunt lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife April and their five daughters, Flannery, Eloise, Blythe, Maeve, and Delia.
Published work includes “Towards a Theology of Heavy Music,” Resonance: A Theological Journal 4.2 (2018); contributing author to The Relevant Nation: 50 Activists, Artists, and Innovators Who Are Changing Their World Through Faith (2006); and contributing author to Deeper Walk: God of Mercy, God of Relationship (2003).