Jeremy is a storyteller at heart. Whether it’s in the Hollywood Hills or a leper colony on the coast of Kenya, everyone has a story to tell. Having spent many years in the film & television industry in Los Angeles, Jeremy now calls New York City his home. He has worked on stories & productions big & small; from logistics & coordination on the television show the Amazing Race to the production department on big budget Hollywood films such as Transformers; to producing, directing, filming & editing socially conscious pieces for Non-Profit & Non-Governmental organizations around the world.
Jeremy’s deep passion rests in pushing individuals & organizations to higher levels of communication & storytelling. That stiff corporate structure would give way to heart & soul. His desire to help his clients tell better stories has lead him to serve in almost every facet of communications & storytelling; from his days in Hollywood in the entertainment industry to serving as U.S. Programs Director of a non-profit organization cultivating community development in eastern Africa, to creating media to help an organization interface with government officials in China.
His vast and varied experiences give him a unique insight into crafting unique communications and storytelling experiences for a wide range of clientele over a large spectrum of media.
Jeremy also provides in-depth international logistical services for clients needing to plan & execute endeavors that are complicated in both time & nature.
Hello, Jeremy, the blue in that water looks amazing and so crisp. Other than a praise I did log on to ask a question since I have not been able to find an answer for it online. I own a GH2 and I'm considering getting a Tokina 11-16 (I should get…
Hey Adam! So sorry for the late, late, late reply! I seem to get the most success with the Natural profile. Gives me a flatter image, seems to grade better in post. I haven't spent enough time with each profile to know for sure, but Natural seems…