Jeremiah started his career as a location sound engineer on various films and commercials. While collecting gear for work on the sets and continually playing music in local bands, he had no place to store the gear. So, In 2002 he started Jereco Studios and designed his first recording facility to house equipment and expand his work flow. In the spring of 2010, he founded the Peach Street Studios recording facility. The building was remodeled and transformed into a serious regional facility housing multiple recording and production companies - each independent, yet synergistic.
Today, Jeremiah is responsible for providing live sound, music recording, and post production to many events nationally and regionally including, Music on Main, Music in the Mountains, and Sweet Pea Festival. In 2010 Jeremiah was appointed the Audio Director of the 11th & Grant with Eric Funk television series on PBS for which in June 2011, Jeremiah earned his first of five EMMY Awards for Audio. His work is used and featured by other diverse clients, such as, National Geographic, Microsoft Studios, Disney, Nickelodeon, Animal Planet, Comedy Central's - The Daily Show with John Stewart, and The Discovery Channel.
As a graduate of MSU with a degree in Economics, Jeremiah is happy to continue working and teaching within the university community and the School of Music. Currently, Jeremiah teaches Entertainment Business [MUST 217], Multimedia Audio Production [MUST 259], Recording I [MUST 220], and Recording II [MUST 320]. He also serves as the Technical Director for the School of Music's events, concerts, and recordings in the Reynolds Recital Hall located in Howard Hall.
A partial list of Jeremiah's work can be found on IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1297727