Jeremy was born and raised on Vancouver Island, moved to the big city in 1994, and couldn’t be happier in 2021 to move to the Cariboo. Jeremy’s first job was working on his father’s North Coast salmon troller from the age of fourteen to twenty-two. He then spent ten years in the BC casino industry and for the last twenty years Jeremy has worked in the Grip department of the local film industry.
Jeremy entered politics in 2013 as a team of one, running as an independent MLA candidate. He ran for Vancouver city council in 2014 with the grassroots Cedar Party, and in the 2016 Vancouver-Mount Pleasant by-election ran again as an MLA with the grassroots provincial party YPP.
Jeremy finally found a perfect fit when Maxime Bernier formed the People’s Party of Canada. Jeremy was a founding member and a PPC candidate in Esquimalt-Saanich-Sooke in the 2019 Federal election.