Born in France, Jeremy made his first short film at age 11, a 40-minute fantasy shot on a VHS camcorder borrowed from his father’s video shop, a movie enthusiast who had turned the family garage into a 35mm theater. Jeremy spent most of his childhood making short films, among them Alchemy, an adventure epic, and The Battery, a 1' chain reaction that won awards before getting a national release in French theaters.
Jeremy started directing professionally on commercial shoots. After his debut spot for Swatch won an award in Cannes, he went on to direct his first TV spot at age 21 and landed his first million-dollar budget at age 24.
He kept shooting commercials worldwide for clients such as Xbox, Coors or Disney, gaining experience of large-scale shoots and FX heavy post-productions. Recent spots include an Oppo movie-like campaign starring Leonardo DiCaprio and a Spike Award winner for Subaru. His fantasy short film Paradox earned him many awards including Best Short Film, Best Screenplay, got selected at Tribeca and a dozen other festivals around the world.
Jeremy recently completed Beyond, an epic adventure short about a boy turning hero to rescue his parents from a burning wreck. The short was screened at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood and received praise from dozens of industry mags. Jeremy is represented by CAA.