Jeremy ensures that every element of the agency and our output is as
creative and exciting as possible.
Prior to joining Weapon7 in 2008, Jeremy was the co-founder of two pioneering digital agencies in London: Glue (1999) and BloodPartnership (2000). In its first 12 months of trading, BloodPartnership had the unique achievement of winning awards at Cannes, D&AD, The One Show, Clio and London International.
From September 2003 to April 2006, Jeremy was Vice President of Creative at Modem Media, the most awarded digital agency in the UK in 2005, and 11th most-awarded worldwide. There, he was responsible for the‘Interviews from Hell’ microsite, the third most-awarded digital work in the world in 2005.
In April 2006, he became Creative Director at LBi London, which was ranked as No 1 in the UK Top 100 marketing agencies in NMA magazine. He has been a jury member at D&AD, Clio Interactive, London International and Cresta awards, as well as a judge for The New York Festivals, DMA, Meribel Ad Festival and IAB Creative Showcase. He finds twitter useful as an addendum to his brain, and writes regular entries for Brand Republic’s The Wall.
Jeremy has one daughter and one son; Magnolia and Zentaro. He lives in a 400 year old thatched cottage in Cambridgeshire, which may or may not be haunted. At home, he enjoys painting disturbing pictures under the alias ‘Jelly Buckingham’ and writing psychological thrillers under the pen name ‘Seth Garner’. At work, he produces award-winning work but under his real name because we already had the business cards printed.