Before Jeremy had finished high school he had received both of the Louis Armstrong and Woody Herman excellence in jazz awards as well as numerous musical scholarships that helped him further his studies at the New School University in Manhattan from 2000-2004. While at New School University Jeremy studied with such world renowned players as Seamus Blake, Chris Cheek, Miguel Zenon, George Garzone, Reggie Workman, Jaime Haadad, and Armen Donelean to name a few. In 2003 Jeremy was awarded the John Coltrane scholarship and was a featured artist in the 2003 John Coltrane Jazz festival.
Within the past few years Jeremy has played such varied artists as Jeff Berlin, Larry Coryell, choral conductor James Jordan, the Westminster Choir, and grammy award winning santur player Nandkishur Muley to name a few. In January of 2010 Jeremy released his latest album entitled "Amizade" with guitarist Larue Nickelson. Jeremy currently lives and works in the Tampa bay area playing with such artists/groups as Larue Nickelson, The Infinite Groove Orchestra, Swamp Logic, the Tomkats big band, and the Treble Makers to name a few.