Most importantly, Jeremy is a
horrendous fisherman but mostly flawless at correcting grammar.
A nearly-native Denverite, Jeremy graduated
from Connecticut College magna cum laude with a self-designed,
interdisciplinary degree he called “Writing & Directing Across Media."
He began acting and directing in Connecticut and worked for the renown
theater laboratory The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center before returning home to
Colorado to continue his life in the arts. In 2006, he founded No Shame
Productions to produce and direct theater, film, and stand-up comedy around the
In 2008, Jeremy departed from California on a
100-day tour of the country in a golf kart. The initiative amassed
hundreds of hours of video and more than 10,000 photos, asking people along the
way, “What’s your art?” The feature documentary about the joys of travel
one slow-moving mile at a time and the vibrancy of art in America titled kART
Across America played to sold-out crowds in Colorado, Minnesota, and
Georgia. The film is available at http://www.kartacrossamerica.com/
Jeremy has worked for the Center for Advancing
Professional Excellence at the CU Denver School of Medicine for eight years,
most recently piloting a program in the Foundations of Doctoring curriculum
coaching faculty and students through medical communication cases. His
interest is in bettering provider-patient communication to drive more positive
outcomes for both parties.
Jeremy is a
proud Puksta Fellow, working on a project to listen to and tell the stories of
patients and providers in end-of-life settings.