After growing up on a beef cattle farm in Smithton, Jeremy has spent the last ten years in Hobart being mentored by some of the best building designers, architects and engineers. During that time, Jeremy has worked on some of Tasmania's most recent iconic commercial builds including new schools, restaurants and the occasional pontoon, along with working on his fair share of residential builds too. His designs are known for having a focus on innovative structural ideas and maximising green efficiency, which we're totes on board with.
In his spare time, Jeremy plays in a punk dance band called 'Chase City' and has been fortunate to have travelled the world on his band's success. During his travels, Jez loves to study and appreciate how other cultures live and build.
If that's not enough, Jeremy does every sport known to man (near enough). He grew up horse riding and competed in the state games, show jumping and cross country and even spent a summer in New York working as a camp counsellor and horse riding instructor. More recently he's become a super keen snowboarder having spent 8 seasons boarding Victoria and most of the south island peaks of New Zealand. He also spends adequate time playing hockey for the Diamondbacks, boxing, camping, fishing, kayaking, freediving, hiking, reading and songwriting.