President | Producer | Engineer
Jeremiah began his career as a location sound engineer on various films and commercials. In 2002 he started Jereco Studios designing his first commercial recording facility, and in the spring of 2010, he founded a second recording facility, Peach Street Studios.
Today, Jeremiah is responsible for producing and engineering Post Production Sound, Live Sound, Music Recording, and Location Sound to many shows and events nationally and regionally including, Music on Main, Music in the Mountains, and Sweet Pea Festival. In addition, in 2010 Jeremiah was appointed the Audio Director of the 11th & Grant with Eric Funk television series on MontanaPBS. In June 2011, Jeremiah earned his first EMMY award for Audio for his work on the 11th & Grant TV show. Jeremiah has since earned five Emmy Awards. Current clients and past jobs include: PBS, National Geographic, Microsoft, Disney, Pixar, Nickelodeon, Animal Planet, HBO/Cinemax, Comedy Central's - The Daily Show with John Stewart, and The Discovery Channel.
As a graduate of Montana State University - Bozeman with a B.S. in Economics, Jeremiah is happy to continue supporting, working, and teaching within the university system. Jeremiah is Adjunct Faculy at the School of Music where he teaches Entertainment Business [MUST 217] and Recording II [MUST 320] and is the Technical Director for the school and Reynolds Recital Hall.
Jeremiah's Control Room is Jereco Studios