Jeremiah began his career as a location sound engineer on films and commercials. In 2002 he started Jereco Studios Inc., designing his first commercial recording facility in Bozeman, Montana, and in 2010, he founded his second recording facility, Peach Street Studios.
Today, Jeremiah is responsible for producing and engineering Post Production Sound, Live Sound, Music Recording, and Location Sound for shows and events both nationally and regionally. In 2010, Jeremiah was appointed the Audio Director of the 11th & Grant with Eric Funk music television series on Montana PBS. By 2011, Jeremiah earned his first Emmy Award for Audio for his work on the 11th & Grant TV series. Jeremiah has since earned seven Emmy Awards. Clients and network relationships include: PBS, National Geographic, Microsoft, Disney, Nickelodeon, Animal Planet, HBO|Cinemax, NBC, Comedy Central, The Discovery Channel, and Audible.com.
A graduate of Montana State University – Bozeman, Jeremiah continues supporting, working, and teaching at the institution. Jeremiah is faculty and Technical Director at the School of Music and instructor at the School of Film & Photography. He teaches Entertainment Business, Sound for Film & TV, Multimedia Audio Production, Recording 2, and a graduate level sound class for the Science & Natural History Filmmaking's MFA program.
Jeremiah is: the Technical Director for the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center in Big Sky, MT. A member of the Board of Governors for the Northwest Chapter - National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. A mentor for the Recording Connection. An active member of the Audio Engineering Society [AES] and the Recording Academy [Grammy Awards].
Jeremiah enjoys skiing wherever there is fresh powder, trout fishing in his childhood backyard of the West Boulder River, driving big trucks, and listening to music of all kinds.
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