importantly, Jeremy is a horrendous fisherman but mostly flawless at correcting
nearly-native Denverite, Jeremy graduated from Connecticut College with a
self-designed, interdisciplinary degree he called “Writing & Directing
Across Media” which combined only the best classes from the English, film, and
theater departments. 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, direct, and manage theater, film, and stand up
comedy around the state.
2008, Jeremy departed from California on a 100-day, 6,000-mile, 25-state 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
expected to have an iTunes release this winter.
has worked for the Center for Advancing Professional Excellence at the CU
Denver School of Medicine for eight years, most recently pilot 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.