Jeremy is either reading, talking, or eating spicy Mexican food. He’s genuinely curious to learn about others and the cultures they travel in — from the tech they play with to the events and media they immerse themselves around.

This has nurtured a love for personalities and the economics that run them. And provides him the meat to turn what he’s lived into digestible narratives; narratives that intend  to be emotionally and intellectually palatable, never boring.

Pardon the mess. This blog is more of a work studio of half finished musings and messy amalgamations of thoughts than a finished product that’s pressed and ready for display on the walls of a gallery.

all thoughts fit to print…



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