By the age of nineteen Jeremy had already won the Lighthouse Festival Theatre's Young Playwright's Award three times, in addition to having won an Award of Excellence and Outstanding Production award in the Sear's Drama Festival. Shifting focus from the theatre to film, Jeremy studied film and television at Niagara College (he would later return as a visiting professor) where he made his award-winning short film Selfless, Cold, & Composed. In the summers between school years he co-founded the Ontario Visual Heritage Project an award-winning documentary series that explores the history of Ontario. Though he has stepped away from it, the project continues to be produced and parts of it air on TVO. After moving Toronto, Jeremy has kept busy in the film and television industry working as an editor for films, Bolly Double, starring Sitara Hewitt, Saturday, starring Carlos Diaz and Tony Nappo, and television series including Carlawood, featuring Carla Collins and Ty Power Jr., as well as the Gemini award winning Princess, Wipeout Canada, and You Gotta Eat Here. As the goal has always been to work on his own projects, Jeremy wrote and directed the award-winning short film Mrs. & Mrs. Moosewood followed up by his award-winning short film for Bravo!, Hoff's New Direction, before directing his first feature film, The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard. It has screened internationally at film festivals and was given a limited theatrical run in Canada, in addition to playing on Super Channel. In 2011 Jeremy was nominated for Best Director at the Canadian Comedy Awards, in addition to being recognized by the Toronto International Film Festival in 2010 with the Irving Avrich Award for Emerging Talent in Canadian Film. Sex After Kids is Jeremy's second feature film as a writer/director and he is in development on a slate of television and feature film projects.