Jeremy is currently a studio artist and candidate for a PhD in Sculpture at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia.
He creates works that use imagery and objects inspired by his everyday surroundings to create work that explores the complex in the common and to comment on the condition of the spaces that we all share.
In 2001 (in Portland, Oregon), he co-founded Studio Ramp LLC with his wife and partner Mel George. Studio Ramp LLC was a custom kiln forming fabrication studio that translated artists and architects designs into glass from concept to completion.
Jeremy has taught kilnforming workshops in the U.S. and internationally. He has worked at the Bullseye Glass Factory in both their glass production and Research and Education Department. Jeremy received his BFA in glass and metals from Alfred University in 1997. He has also recently completed serving more than seven years on the Board of Directors for the Glass Art Society.
In 2009, Jeremy and his wife relocated to Queanbeyan, NSW in Australia.
In 2013, Jeremy and Mel acquired a space to build a new studio to make work for themselves and others.