Jeremy spent 20 years in the music industry before becoming a full time writer. His first novel, the darkly comic Taking Leave was published by Timewell Press and voted BBC Radio 5 Book of the Month. This semi-autobiographical book deals with a man on the verge of a achieving a massive business success while treading the line between sanity and madness.
Jeremy co-produced a BBC documentary about manic depression with Dr Tony Hughes and Stephen Fry, and co-wrote (with Hughes) You Don't Have to Be Famous to Have Manic Depression: An A-Z Guide to Mental Health (Michael Joseph/Penguin). The documentary won the Emmy for Best International Documentary.
Two Steps Forward a play about two men sharing a death row prison cell in Afghanistan, performed at the Soho Theatre.
His latest novel The Santa Monica Suicide Club. is a crime novel about a failed British actor living in Los Angeles who becomes a private investigator. It was published in October 2015.