Jeremiah is an Emmy Award winning Documentary Filmmaker & Director based in Los Angeles. His work has been featured on CNN, National Geographic, FOX, ESPN, VICE, Al Jazeera, PBS, and Independent Lens. He has been supported by Tribeca, Film Independent, Netflix, Points North, A&E, CNN, Technicolor, IFP and the IDA.
He got his start in Chicago directing music videos for artists such as Mayor Hawthorne and since then his award-winning work has aired on Ovation, Fusion, PBS, CNN, ESPN, NPR, AJ+ and in festivals worldwide. Between 2011 and 2012 Jeremiah spent months in Egypt documenting the Arab Spring and the elections between Morsi and Shafiq for the Council on American Islamic Relations. His directorial debut feature documentary A Message From The East premiered at the 2010 Beirut International Film Festival and is now a staple in Islamic studies programs around the world. Jeremiah studied under Werner Herzog at the Rogue Film School in 2013. At the same time Jeremiah worked as Director of Photography on License to Operate, a feature documentary about former gang members trying to stop violence in the communities they once helped destroy. The film was Executive Produced by Pete Carroll. Jeremiah’s short documentary Not So Namaste was an official selection of DOCNYC 2015. His short science fiction film UU recently premiered on DUST.
Jeremiah also co-lensed and c0-directed the compelling documentary series City Rising (a co-production between KCET and Endless Eye). The film was awarded three Emmy awards including Best Social Issue Film. Endless Eye’s next feature documentary My Country No More was broadcast on Independent Lens in 2019.
He is currently working on several forthcoming documentaries as well as science-fiction projects.