Jeremy Jacob is a visual artist, filmmaker, production designer, and producer working in fashion, television, film, podcasting, web series…. Jacob holds a BFA from Parsons The New School For Design. He is currently the producer and sound designer of the Dance And Stuff podcast, as well as the creator/director of the web series, The Dance And Stuff Show. Short films include State of Desire, and Courting; or, An American Romance. In 2019, Jeremy Jacob and Garen Scribner created And The Tony Nominees Are… for the ALL ARTS network featuring interviews with 10 Tony Award Nominees.
Production designs for stage include Jack Ferver’s Everything Is Imaginable (2018) and Desire (2019). Designs for film include Jay Dockendorf’s Three Deaths (2019) and Tobias Finkelstein’s Meron (2017).
As a set designer and prop stylist for commercial photography and motion, Jeremy Jacob has worked with photographers and directors such as Alice Bucaille, Stef Mitchell, Scott Trindle, Andrew Jacobs, Dario Catellani, Alexandra Nataf, Franklin Burger, Nagi Sakai, Daniel Rampulla, Andrew DeYoung, Angi Welsch, Barbara Anastacio, Eddie Wrey.
Jeremy Jacob is a 2019 New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Dance Research Fellow. The fellowship focuses on the The AIDS Oral History Project.
Clients include J. Crew, Madewell, Clarks, Quiet Town, Comedy Central, TruTV, NBC, Adult Swim, HBO, ALL ARTS.