A Bremerton native, Jeremy applies his diverse range of skills throughout the Sound West Group team. Graduating as Salutatorian from Bremerton High School in 2004, Jeremy continued on to study industrial engineering at the University of Washington. After entering into the IE program at UW and a few job shadowing stints, Jeremy made a decision to shift his focus towards Business Development. Working with professors at the University, Jeremy developed an Individualized Studies Program and graduated with a degree in Growth & Strategic Development.

After graduating from the University of Washington, Jeremy worked as a Project Manager and head of R&D for an Architectural metal manufacturer specializing in patina’d metals, specifically weathering steel (Cor-ten). During this stint, the notable projects he managed were the Barclays Center, an entertainment and NBA arena in the heart of Brooklyn, NY, the Fort McMurray International Airport in Fort McMurray, Alberta, the City of Hope Kaplan Research Pavilion in Duarte, CA, and the Island Gateway in Bainbridge Island, WA.

Following this endeavor he started his own metal manufacturing company as a patina’d metal material supplier.  His work was used on an episode of ‘Super Great Rooms’ on the DIY network with HGTV’s personality Chip Wade.

Jeremy joined Sound West Group in early 2016 bringing his technology, marketing, and development prowess to their team. In 2016, Jeremy ran the Friends of the Fast Ferry campaign that reawakened the 30-minute Fast Ferries in Kitsap County.

Jeremy currently serves on various boards in the region including the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce, the Central Kitsap Community Council, and the Music Discovery Center. In addition, he is an AVID mentor at Bremerton High School and a former volunteer assistant coach for the Bremerton High School Boys & Girls Tennis programs. Jeremy was selected in Leadership Kitsap’s 20 Under 40 as an exceptional business leader in Kitsap County in 2020.