JEREMY is optimistic about the value of architecture and strange objects/assemblies.  He prefers wonder and speculation over guarantees of meaning and is equally inspired by the collections of MoMa and Cabellas.


Current work expands the idea of joinery to define new relationships between robots, craftsmen and designers.  Projects address the problems of making big things out of smaller things in the form of objects and buildings and include:


  • Shape shifting assemblies that question traditions of space and participation
  • New retail experiences for formerly illegal business

  • Ideas of radical humanity with prototypes for domesticity and work


JEREMY has worked as a designer and fabricator in the world of architecture with Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, Morphosis Architects and Machineous among others.  He was recently an artist in residence and is an affiliate artist at the Autodesk Pier 9 Workshop.  He is Currently developing work in and around LA where he is also a partner at MANEUVERWORKS, keeping his boots firmly on the ground


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