Director and designer Jeremy W. is a multi-disciplined artist who has worked independently and with various studios in entertainment and advertising for the better half of two decades.

Jeremy W. is a truly versatile creative. After graduating from RISD and touring across the country in a metal band, Jeremy moved to LA as an illustrator and gig poster designer whose work was featured in the Art of Modern Rock and in the beloved Guitar Hero video game franchise. It was here that he stumbled into the wild-west of design and animation: motion graphics.

Theatrical design, broadcast design, title design, VFX, and live-action production, Jeremy W. cut his teeth on just about every aspect of the industry. He started out as a freelance designer and animator before stepping into an Art Director roll at Picture Mill, where he oversaw theatrical marketing campaigns for Disney and Dreamworks. He then moved to Iron Claw for the Emmy award-winning Sunday Night Football. Jeremy has designed and directed title sequences for Wonder Woman, the Nun, and xXx: the Return of Xander Cage. He's directed for brands like Nike, Electronic Arts, as well as music videos and documentaries. Jeremy joined up with the NFL Network, where he had the fortune of working with studios like Big Machine and Laundry, while also cultivating internal teams to execute agency-level creative in-house. For the 2019 season, Jeremy oversaw the year long NFL 100 Design Initiative, unifying content celebrating the League's 100 year anniversary across the Network.

From pitch to production, and experience on both sides of the client/vendor relationship, Jeremy has a hardcore skill-set built to tackle any creative challenge.