Because, as you know, it is the place where even squares can have a ball. Despite this, Jeremy does originally hail from Hennessey, OK, a very small town named after a poor Irish bastard who happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Aside from brief stints as a municipal pool lifeguard or fence builder for a pork farming corporation, Jeremy spent his time as a broadcast engineer, director and producer1 at a low-power UHF station before making a portfolio and nosing his way into the advertising industry in 1999. Since then, Jeremy’s work has won multiple local, regional and national ADDY Awards.
Jeremy has a wonderful family that is incredibly understanding and supporting of all his ADHD-fragmented thinking.
- Yes, all at the same time. ↩
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Jabulani Lefall interviews Jeremy about The Cocktail Napkin.
The Internet deserves better. Better ideas. Better content. Cocktail Napkin Studios is a consulting collective that is trying like hell to bring the Internet what it deserves.
The Cocktail Napkin on 5BY5
Some of the greatest ideas begin as scribbles on the back of a cocktail napkin. On this periodical of uncurbed ideas, a wide variety of guests discuss creativity, ideas and inspiration.
The Yet To Be Named Podcast
Jeremy and Trip Ross spend time talking about mind control and how weird Portland, OR is. There are also a few spontaneous bouts of karaoke.
Make release of the party zeppelin. Now is the time for the shaking of the rump with the low style throbbing of the danzkomputer.
Tiki Bar: The Animated Series
Five years in the making, this animated short was scrapped after realizing that Olsen Twins jokes don't age well (just like them, apparently).
An hour with Jeremy is like an hour with the Scared Straight sergeant of creativity.
— A completely made up testimonial
Jeremy strives to educate, entertain and inspire audiences with the talks he gives about creativity. He intends to be challenging. Hopefully some of the things he says will leave audience members feeling a little uncomfortable under their skin. Even more hopefully, that discomfort will be the creative bug nagging at them once it's been jarred awake by dint of something inspirational but not necessarily motivational, as Jeremy does not wish to be Matt Foley.
Some of Jeremy's talks:
How To Be Creative
Presented as guest lecturer at the University of Missouri School of Journalism
How To Be A Big-Shot Independent Broadcaster
Presented at Kansas City PechaKucha Night #12
Perhaps you'd like Jeremy to speak to your group. That would be swell, and Jeremy would love to come. Why not send an email today and get the ball rolling?
Now you know what Jeremy's about. What's on your mind? Here's your chance to make your voice heard.
NB: A lot of email flies around the world every day. Rest easy knowing that even if you do not receive a reply, your email will be read.