There are many aspects to Jeremy’s career; he is the composer for the ratings-busting CBBC TV series The Dumping Ground, he created the spooky soundtrack for the Little Girl ad’s for Phones 4 U (winner of the 2012 Music & Sound award for Sound Design in Cinema Advertising), orchestrated the 2011 Waitrose Christmas campaign and is currently composing for one of the most successful game franchises of all time Halo.
In theatre, Jeremy has been Musical Director and Composer on numerous productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company (2004-2006), Assistant Musical Director for the highly successful West End musical Billy Elliot , directed by Stephen Daldry, (2007), Musical Director for the West End Premiere of The Lord of the Rings (2007), Musical Director for The Thief of Baghdad at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (2008) and Co-Orchestrator of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland (2011), a new ballet for the Royal Opera House, choreographed by Christopher Weeldon.
In 2012, Jeremy worked as arranger on a new album by Cosmo Jarvis, orchestrated the 4th installment of the enormously successful Halo video game franchise for 343 Industries, and scored Doors Open. Based on the best-selling novel by Ian Rankin, Doors Open was written by and starred Stephen Fry and broadcast as part of ITV1′s Christmas schedule..
Most recently Jeremy scored Lucy Gannon’s new project, Frankie for BBC1.