Jeremy grew up on a farm in the Pacific Northwest, skating, snowboarding & 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 & The Indie Music Video Festival, landing features in Stash & Digit magazines, as well as getting airplay on Much Music & 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 & 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 & 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, but now prefers the freelance life. He also 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.

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