Jeremy’s interest in architecture is born out of a desire to combine technical precision and unbounded artistry with a commitment to creating a world that can sustain the pressures of human development. A dual degree in mathematics and music from Vassar College provided a solid foundation from which he could embark on his then unknown future endeavors. After getting his architectural feet wet at Columbia University’s summer intensive Introduction to Architecture course, he joined H. P. Rovinelli Architects in Boston and continued honing his drawing and modeling skills with coursework at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He then moved to California to pursue graduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design, with an eye toward Berkeley’s commitment to sustainable design practices. While earning a Master of Architecture from UC, Berkeley, he interned at JMJ Studios and WRNS Studios, ultimately joining WRNS full time after completing his degree. He continues to expand his knowledge of how the built environment impacts human health & wellbeing as well as climate change on a local and global scale.