Jeremy read his first comic book in middle school. From that day forward, he devoted himself to drawing. He attended the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art and earned his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute. Jeremy currently lives in Topeka with his wife and baby daughter.
As an artist and storyteller, Jeremy uses his sense of light, perspective, and detail to create intriguing and complex narratives. He seamlessly blends realism and fantasy to present extraordinary characters and situations in a realistic way.
Jeremy began his career in the fantasy and science fiction genre. For several years, he created covers and illustrations for role-playing game books. Later, his focus shifted to history and folklore. He created a full-length comic book of Inuit mythology and provided illustrations for children's history books. He is currently working on a series of portraits for Bent's Fort Museum in Colorado.
Jeremy also enjoys collaborating with other artists and managing creative projects. He created Outland Entertainment to help people develop their story ideas into web comics and games. Baeg Tobar is Outland Entertainment's flagship project. Since its inception in 2004, it has evolved into an epic fantasy world brought to life with fiction and artwork.