Director and designer Jeremy W. is a multi-disciplined artist experienced in all mediums from live action to animation. Jeremy balances clear vision with a holistic approach, always looking to inspire curiosity and experimentation throughout the process. He is a creative problem solver committed only to the highest level of execution and polish.

Jeremy closed out 2017 winning Best Opening Title Sequence at the Golden Trailer Awards for XXX3: The Return of Xander Cage, designing the main-on-ends for the unassailable Wonder Woman, and directing music videos for Anne Dereaux (“mo(u)rning”) and Los Angeles dark wave heroes, GLAARE (“Surrender/Control”).

You’ll see Jeremy’s title work in the upcoming film Rampage and when he’s not making other cool things, you can find his art direction all over the NFL Network.

Keep it coming.

Creative Services:

  • Live Action Director
  • Writer
  • Creative Direction
  • Title Design + Animation
  • Motion Graphics Design + Animation
  • Branding
  • Live Action Production
  • Editorial
  • Post Production
  • Concept Development
  • Content Development
  • & one-hell-of-a Pitch

Jeremy W. has worked with:


One of Jeremy’s greatest strengths is that he’s engaged in every level of his projects. He fully assumes creative leadership and never turns a deaf ear to the needs of his teammates: whether that be a logistic challenge for the producer or a technical challenge being faced by animator. I know that when a problem comes up, his eye is trained on solving it. He’s pretty much a producer’s dream, and that’s not even mentioning how hard he rocks a black t-shirt.
— Courtney Graham
Jeremy… is the best kind of a Director a Producer can have. He has the wonderful ability to both recognize what he wants and then to inspire department heads to deliver it. Jeremy… is the real deal – a storyteller, a world-builder – he is both an artist and a craftsman.
— Adam Hendricks
…the last name is a nightmare to fit on the call sheet. But it’s worth it. You’ll see…
— Matt Ragghianti
Writer & Producer