A multi-linguist and activist with First Class Honours in political-philosophical anthropology, Jeremy is an artist manager and producer who indulges an interest in history, the notion of Renaissance, and the work of abstract expressionism. Between the years 2006 and 2017, Jeremy called the Americas home; in the process cultivating a profound knowledge of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, the United States, and Cuba.
In 1990, Jeremy joined Michael Browning Management when Noiseworks were at the absolute height of their powers, then one year later, at merely 20 years of age, embarked upon his first US Tour with Pearls & Swine. Representing the aforementioned Pearls & Swine, meanwhile serving as Pete Wells’ Personal Manager and Jon Stevens’ Tour Manager, numerous national and international tours followed: Jane’s Addiction (1991), Faith No More (1993), Guns ‘n’ Roses (1993), among others. Jeremy would later fulfil the role of A&R for Big Star Records/ATI Productions, before relocating to Melbourne to establish his own management company, representing Pete Wells, Lucy De Soto, Ian Rilen, X, Steve Balbi, Cathy Green, and Universe.
Emerging from a decade of rock, Jeremy travelled the length and breadth of Australia as the Production Manager of the Sydney Olympic Torch Relay Celebrations (2000). Yet witnessing the he maltreatment of Aboriginal Australia, and the gross injustice perpetrated upon her peoples, alongside the catastrophic destruction caused by highly extractive industries, would become the catalyst for the next 15 years of academic and political life, culminating in a PhD research project investigating the processes of cultural transformation.
As if to complete the circle, the year 2016 represented a return to the Arts, and move to New York City, with the foundation of Triplespeak and production of Rascasuelos Tangos Vivos at Carnegie Hall. Now residing in Sydney, Triplespeak represents an entirely new chapter for Jeremy. Once again managing the performer and producer Steve Balbi, who just recently composed new Test Cricket Theme for Fox Sports, the promise of a production company prevails – Species Being.