Jeremy has worked as a director and dialogue coach in both theatre and television since graduating from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1993.

Jeremy is a leading practitioner in the field of youth arts in Australia both as a creator of work for young audiences and a producer of collaborative projects with young and emerging artists. His work is characterized by his engagement with diverse communities, cross-cultural practice, strong audience appeal and critical success.

Jeremy has over eleven years experience chief executive of small and medium arts companies. This is complemented with production management experience on international television drama and documentary series and experience working for a government film office.

As artistic director of Barking Gecko Theatre Company in Perth, Western Australia (2006-2010), Jeremy commissioned and directed 17 new plays for young audiences.

As artistic director of Corrugated Iron Youth Arts in Darwin and Shopfront Theatre for Young People in Sydney, Jeremy directed for a diverse range of performers and audiences including African refugee, Cantonese-speakers and Indigenous communities.

In Darwin Jeremy developed and directed The Dead Zone, winner of the Australian Writers' Guild award for Best Play for Young Audiences. For Shopfront he co-directed Rated X, winner of the 1999 award for Best Community Play.

His television credits include drama coach for Tim Winton's Cloudstreet and the children's series Ocean Star shot entirely on location in Broome Western Australia. He has directed children series Trapped, the drama series Pacific Drive and consulted on In The Swim, a half-hour comedy for SBS starring ex-Olympic swimmers.

Jeremy's wife Kate is an actress and award-winning playwright and their two daughters are their most loyal and toughest audience.