Jeremiah comes from a proud lineage of commercial sign painters. His father did it. His grandfather did it. And in some ways he has carried on that tradition - only instead of the excruciating hand cramps and chronic back pain that plagued his forefathers, he merely suffers through overly-dramatized paper cuts and the occasional case of writer’s block.
Following a childhood spent dabbling in comic-book writing, metal band fronting, and ventriloquism, he obtained an Advertising degree from The University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Then, after a brief stint writing hospital commercials, furniture store poems, and car dealership jingles at local agencies, Jeremiah furthered his writing education at The Creative Circus in Atlanta where he penned the school’s tagline “Where weird kids become employable”. Staying true to the portentous slogan, he has spent considerable time with The Richard’s Group in Dallas, rp& in Santa Monica, Fallon Worldwide in Minneapolis, and joined the ranks of Mullen in North Carolina in April of 2013.
Jeremiah’s work has been honored by The One Show, D&AD, The Effies, The Addys, Communication Arts, The FWA, Ads of the World, and CMYK. And throughout his career, he’s lent adverbs and adjectives like “massively” and “colossal” to a massively colossal array of clients including Acura, Cadillac, Go RVing, Orkin, Wawa Convenience Stores, Heinekin, Patron, The Other White Meat, Charter Cable, Goody’s (clothing store), Toy’s R Us, Chick-Fil-A, Home Depot, Reliant Energy, Bridgestone, Methodist Health System, ConAgra Foods, and Boys and Girls Club. Despite his best efforts though, Jeremiah has yet to successfully incorporate the adverb “swimmingly” into any of his work.
When he’s not writing odes to luxury automobiles or pork, you might find Jeremiah catching a local concert, globetrotting, or playing one-sided fetch with his stubborn Boston terrier, Brodie.