Jeremy has seven years of professional experience in land use-transportation planning, urban design and regional planning. He has developed and modeled land use-transportation scenarios for transit agencies and regional governments in Contra Costa County, Southern California, Austin and the Twin Cities. He has managed redevelopment plans for the California Department of General Services and BART, as well as for clients in Holland and Iraq.
Jeremy specializes in projects that require quantitative analysis, transit-oriented design and clear graphic communication. He managed outreach for the Southern California Association of Government’s regional visioning project and is experienced in conducting public planning workshops. Jeremy’s projects also include station area plans, site and project evaluations, existing conditions reports, corridor planning and large-scale master plans.
Born in San Diego, Jeremy has called the Bay Area home since 1997. He has a bachelor’s degree in geography from UC Berkeley and a master’s degree in city planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also runs the Mission Community Market, a non-profit outdoor market and community planning initiative in San Francisco.