Jeremy Johnstone is an Emmy nominated director & creative director based in Los Angeles.

Jeremy grew up on a farm in the Pacific Northwest, skating, snowboarding and playing in Rock N’ Roll bands. After attending the NorthWest Film Center, he went on to Portland State University to study graphic design. During college Jeremy directed a handful of music videos, winning awards at SXSW and The Indie Music Video Festival, landing features in Stash and Digit magazines, as well as getting airplay on Much Music and MTV.

Jeremy made the trek across the country to New York City to be the Art Director at Sundance Channel, where he helped rebrand the network, design & oversee many of the networks show packages. Eventually moving on to freelance at many TV networks, commercial production companies & animation studios around NYC. In parallel Jeremy wrote about motion graphics for Computer Arts Magazine out of London and guest lectured at the School of Visual Arts.

After several years freelancing, Jeremy found himself across the East River in Brooklyn working as the Creative Director at Doubleday & Cartwright. He really hit his stride building the motion department at D&C and ultimately moving to Los Angeles to open D&C West. During his time at D&C Jeremy worked on films premiering at Sundance and Tribeca, earned 2 of his 4 Emmy nominations, as well as animating the highest rated ESPN 30 for 30 to date. Although Jeremy left D&C in the summer of 2015 he continues to collaborate with them regularly. He then spent some time at 72andSunny as a creative director, and now prefers the freelance life. He also occasionally guest lectures at Otis College of Art & Design.

Jeremy lives in Santa Monica, California with his beautiful wife Shari and their amazing daughter Juliet. Email Jeremy at for any inquiries.