Jeremy started as a copywriter in 1994 at Euro RSCG Ball Partnership in Hong Kong. He moved into digital in 1998 at Modem Media London, and in 1999 left to co-found Glue (Gluemedia as it was called back then), and then co-founded BloodPartnership in July 2000. Blood won awards at D&AD, Cannes, The One Show, Clio and London International in its first year, and was acquired by Chime Communications plc in 2001.
Rejoining Modem Media he was responsible for 'Interviews from Hell' which was the world’s third most awarded digital work in 2005. Since then he has worked at LBi as creative director, and is now at Weapon7.
He has been subjected to jury service at leading awards schemes such as D&AD, Clio, London International, New York Festivals and BIMA.