Jeremy won accolades for the first feature film he produced and edited, Monogamy (Tribeca Film Festival “Best New York Narrative”) for Academy Award nominated director Dana Adam Shapiro, released nationally by Oscilloscope. More recently Jeremy has produced the Sundance selected doc series Better Angels: The Gospel According to Tammy alongside Executive Producers Elton John and David Furnish.  He also premiered  at Tribeca, starring Jacob Elordi, Zachary Quinto and a chimp (released by Vertical nationally and Universal around the world)
Jeremy's directorial debut La Salvadora premiered at CUFF at Lincoln Center, winning the Audience Award. In 2017, Jeremy edited the feature film Blood Stripe which went on to win top prize at the LA Film Festival, top Audience Award at Austin Film Festival and Twin Cities Film Festival.  He served as Executive Producer on the Jon Heder and Justin Long led ensemble comedy Ghost Team, released by The Orchard. As Creative Director for Tandem Pictures, Jeremy helped usher two films to Sundance premieres (The Sleepwalker, The Eyes of My Mother).
Jeremy's editing work was seen on ABC with the release of the documentary For the Love of Music, which went on to win two Cannes Lions.  He also produced and co-edited a documentary for the television series Art in Progress on visual artist Lorna Simpson as she prepared for a mid-career retrospective at the Whitney Museum in NYC.