Jeremy is a CG Artist, Writer, and Teacher, originally from New Jersey. Jeremy has lived in San Francisco CA, Seattle WA., and current resides in Hawaii. Jeremy mostly enjoys fantasy, sci-fi, and the occasional horror novel. Besides creative writing, Jeremy also writes technical and instructional guides for the development and production of CG assets for games, film, and television. Because of his interest in storytelling and film, Jeremy also enjoys writing movie reviews for several online publications. Jeremy never considered a career in writing, until he was asked to help a student develop a screenplay in 2006. Inspired by the student's eventual success, he began to develop his own screenplay, which ultimately turned into his first book, "Dark Horizon." Educated in the visual and fine arts, Jeremy also crafts his own book covers, using 3D assets, graphic editors, and digital painting.
To date, Jeremy has completed four short and medium length novels, two mobile apps about CG, and has produced 5 interactive guides about the development of CG assets, for film and television production. His interactive guides are available in the iBookstore, at the following Url.
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Catalyst: PORT101 - Book Three
After rescuing a stranger found freezing in the snow, a woman and her daughter are inadvertently sucked into a series of events which may lead to their destruction and to the end of life on Earth as we know it.
The City of Strays
When the world begins to unravel around him, Jerrod struggles to find out why no one else sees it, while trying to find the mysterious woman from his dreams.
Divergence: PORT101 - Book Two
Armed with knowledge of her future, Sonya embarks on a lifelong mission to discover and disrupt the cause and consequences of an experiment which threatens to take her life, eventually leading to the destruction of all life on Earth (3rd Edition).
Dark Horizon: PORT 101 - Book One
While attempting to complete the work of a beloved colleague, Herbert George Li inadvertently transports a young college student through time, tearing multiple holes in the fabric of time and space. With the help of new and old friends, Herb and Alex must undo the mistakes of the past in order to restore time and space before all of human history is erased.
4th Edition: Feb.19, 2013
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