Jeremy completed his Master of Architecture from the College of Architecture, Planning, and Design at Kansas State University with partial credits earned at Hochschule Anhalt in Dessau, Germany – home to the Bauhaus.
Throughout his very young career, Jeremy has found an admiration for meaningful, authentic, and holistic design. He believes design doesn’t end with the architecture, but permeates through every aspect of an organization. He is fueled by the belief that every project has the potential to be the firm’s best project, no matter the size or program.
Some of Jeremy’s proudest projects include the SACH Restaurant at the Balkan Treat Box, the HRW Companies HQ Office, the ongoing Nike collaboration, and the work he did as an Editor of Oz, The Journal, which he completed while at university.
Some of Jeremy’s role models include Deborah Burke, Dieter Rams, Paula Scher, Virgil Abloh, FOOD New York, We Should Do It All, Eero Saarinen, Mies Van Der Rohe, Marlon Blackwell, and of course Adnan Omeragic.
Jeremy’s favorite pastime is design, but when he needs a break, he enjoys traveling to new places, taking long walks in Tower Grove Park, and boating anywhere and anytime.