Jeremy has spent nearly 25 years delivering major live events all over the world. He initially specialised in lighting, working as crew chief on projects such as the Queens’ Golden Jubilee Celebrations at Buckingham Palace, and 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games Ceremonies. His skill set has since broadened to include the production and technical design of some of the most challenging and iconic events ever staged.
Whilst working freelance (1996 – 2006), and for the Mark Fisher Studio (2007 – 2010), Jeremy has showed he could lead as well as ‘do’. He has overseen numerous projects through concept, design and delivery – managing major budgets, as well as a multitude of suppliers and contractors through all aspects of the artistic and technical process.
He has a particular specialism in music, being ‘the go-to’ production and technical designer for many global superstars. Projects have included: Rolling Stones World Tours (2002/2005), Robbie Williams World Tours (2003/2006), We Will Rock You, Dominion Theatre London (2002), Genesis Turn it on Again World Tour (2007), ACDC Black Ice Tour (2008/2009), and Roger Waters The Wall World Tour (2010/2011). Jeremy’s innovative design has often found critical acclaim. A recent example being the U2 360 World Tour (2009/2010) claw stage.
Jeremy has most recently continued a long association with global ceremonies. As technical designer/technical production manager, he has worked on: Athens 2004 Summer Olympics, Turin 2006 Winter Olympics, Doha 2006 Asian Games, and Delhi 2010 Glasgow Handover Ceremony. Most significantly he was technical design and staging manager for all four of the London 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies.
In between major events Jeremy likes being a hands-on dad, and driving a fast motorcycle around a race track.