Hailing from the frozen lands of the U.S.'s flyover states, Jeremy traveled to LA via NYC to pursue a career in music. When being a rockstar didn't pan out, he did what any self-respecting and directionless music washout does: he went to film school. Since earning his MFA in Film at UCLA, Jeremy spends his time writing horror and drama scripts, directing music videos, day dreaming about a hobby farm replete with pet goats and a pig, and playing in his rock band (just “for fun” these days). A current resident of east LA, he can be found hiking with his dogs, doing yoga, drinking beer, or hunched over a laptop on a caffeine bender. His favorite authors include Kurt Vonnegut, Mark Helprin, AS Byatt, HP Lovecraft, and that guy who drew Calvin and Hobbes. Having watched “Salem’s Lot” and “Jaws” at too young an age for those sorts of scary things, Jeremy is now a die-hard horror fan who loves Halloween a bit too much for a grown man, but it lead him to write “The Gaslamp Horror” at UCLA which won Screamfest’s 2012 Screenplay Competition. His supernatural themed TV pilot “Landers End” also won in the TV Drama category at UCLA’s 2016 Screenwriter’s Showcase.
Log Lines “Mad Jack” Based on the true story of John “Mad Jack” Churchill, a British officer who fought boldly for glory, wielding a broadsword and longbow against the German forces in World War 2, only to learn the true nature of war once captured and held in a concentration camp.
“Landers End” A mysterious force permeates the desert town of Landers End where a young woman is compelled to return from the dead to avenge her murder. She must seek out a haunted small town Sheriff’s Deputy to not only help herself, but to stop the underworld from spilling into the world of the living.
“The Gaslamp Horror” London 1899. A former Scotland Yard detective searches for his lost daughter, but when he learns the truth of his lineage, finds the Ripper he once hunted and discovers an ancient cult that worships Cthulhu, he will not only battle for his sanity, but for all of humanity.
“Monster Maker” In sleepy Maywood, Wisconsin a teenager with strange abilities struggles to fit in with her peers, but a secret military weapon that can summon monsters has been unleashed and she is the key to stopping it from escaping town and destroying the world.
“White Lobster” An American ex-pat hiding out in Belize finds a prized white lobster, a dropped cocaine shipment, washed up on the Caribbean shore, but soon the men who dumped it come looking for it as his dark past in the US military catches up with him.