Hometown: Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Published writer and post-production technician.
Jeremy began in audio and sound as a designer and producer in 2003. Working with digital audio workstations and developing editing skills opened a path into the film world through as a music supervisor. It was not until finishing film programs at the University of Exeter and the University of New Mexico, earning a BFA and an award for film writing, that Jeremy moved wholly into film and television.
Earning a position in the Editor’s Guild roster, he quickly moved forward as an assistant editor, DIT, media manager, and story analyst. In 2013, he earned a position as dailies manager for a post-production house in Albuquerque, NM. There he facilitated the delivery of media and content while managing a small team of dailies technicians.
During this time Jeremy also worked as a freelance journalist and writer, ghost writing, analyzing screenplays, and writing about the arts. He also co-ran a screenwriting workshop for four years designed to help writers better break down their own scripts.
Since then, working mostly in the field and traveling has been a rewarding experience for Jeremy. He has provided services for the Science Channel, Food Network, Vice Media, Netflix, Sony Television, and A&E to name a few. He now spends his time split between Los Angeles, California and Albuquerque, New Mexico.