Director - Lighting Studio
Jeremy has been tinkering with light for almost 25 years in theatre, theme parks, television and architecture.
Jeremy started his lighting career as a technician at Sea World in San Diego, California, and went on to assist lighting designers on television shows such as Entertainment Tonight, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy!, as well as concert tours for John Mellencamp and Steely Dan. With one foot in entertainment, Jeremy transitioned to architectural lighting design, bringing theatrical technique and technology with him.
Prior to joining StudioK1 Jeremy worked for The Lighting Design Alliance and Visual Terrain, where he was a lead lighting designer and project manager for large projects such as the LAX Gateway Pylons; Hollywood Casinos in Columbus, Ohio and San Diego, California; the Port of Los Angeles’ Cabrillo Way Marina and Downtown Harbor improvements; frontage improvements for MGM’s Monte Carlo and NYNY properties in Las Vegas, Nevada. Award winning projects included the Herman Miller store in Los Angeles, Iridescence restaurant in Detroit, Michigan, the Swarovski showroom in Dallas, Texas; and theme park attractions for Universal Studios in Hollywood and Singapore.
Jeremy has years of design and construction administration experience in casinos, restaurants, multi-family housing, retail, site lighting, hospitality, commercial and masterplan projects. As a Lighting Studio Director, Jeremy is involved in all stages of the design process, from conceptual design, through specification and coordination with other consultants and trades, to final commissioning.
Coming from an entertainment and stage technician background, Jeremy has extensive experience with lighting, building and show automation systems, as well as real world experience in implementing these systems in the built environment.
BS Mass Communications (Stage Lighting Emphasis) – Emerson College
NCQLP Lighting Certification (LC)
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA)
US Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional (USGBC)
Designers Lighting Forum/Los Angeles (DLF/LA)