World Architecture Festival
Jeremy studied architecture and architectural history at The Bartlett, University College London. He works as a curator, film-maker and writer. As consultant curator for the Royal Academy of Arts he helped to build up its Architecture Programme of talks, lectures, discussions and exhibitions, and was curator for Richard Rogers: Inside Out (July - October 2013). He has worked on the World Architecture Festival since its launch in 2008, with responsibility for themed content for each annual festival, developing talks programmes, exhibitions and making films on the themes of Height: between possibility and responsibility (2008), Less does More (2009), Transformations (2010), Difference (2011), Renew (2012) and Value and Values (2013). He has made films on the work of Eric Parry Architects and John Robertson Architects. He is author of …isms:Understanding Architecture (A & C Black, 2005), FRS Yorke and the Evolution of English Modernism (Wiley, 2002), and many articles in professional, academic, national and international publications.