Jeremy was born in 1992 in Paris. 

In 2009, he won the French championship of Electro Dance, a competition for street dancers.

After this experience, driven by a desire to broaden new horizons, he began training in different movement methods.


In 2010, he joined Blanca Li Dance Company for two seasons.

From 2013 until 2015, Jeremy studied at the Junior Ballet Geneva. 

From 2015 until 2017, he worked full time with Inbal Pinto & Avshalom Pollak Dance Company (Israel).  Between 2017 and 2020 Jeremy worked full time with Vertigo Dance Company.

Vertigo Dance Company White Noise

Vertigo Dance Company - White Noise, Tel-Aviv Opera, 2017

In 2019, Jeremy performed two of Roy Assaf’s pieces internationally. 

Currently Jeremy is collaborating with Adi Boutrous on « One More Thing » coproduced by Theatre De La Ville Paris and Fabrik Potsdam. The piece is touring globally since its premiere, in 2020.

Jeremy’s solo « +10 » has received the “Assistant prize” by “Heidelberg Dance. Theater” at Solo Tanz Festival Stuttgart in 2021.

Alongside performing Jeremy teaches Internationally, developing movement research and floor-work technique. 

Recently, Jeremy was assisting Vertigo Dance Company's choreographer Noa Wertheim, to create a new production in TANZ Kassle, behalf of teaching company classes for several weeks. 


This season, Jeremy has created two short pieces for young companies : « Agapé » for the 13 dancers of La Fabrik in Paris, and "Le temps d'une Valse"  for 20 dancers of « Jeune Ballet D’Aquitaine »  in Bordeaux, France.


En 2021, il enseigne actuellement dans le cadre de nombreux Workshops en Europe, assiste la chorégraphe de Vertigo « Noa Wertheim », sur une création pour le "Staatstheater Kassel" au Centre Chorégraphique Allemand.

En 2021, il crée “Le temps d’une Valse” pour Le "Jeune Ballet d’Aquitaine" à Bordeaux, et la pièce “Agapé” pour “La Fabrik” à Paris, premières courant 2022

Currently,  Jeremy is creating a new duet piece : NOAM 

The piece dives deeply into sensitive atmospheres, mixing the visceral and animalistic approach of the Israeli dance, as well as a research on relativeness of masculine and feminine attributes in movement.
The artists want to discover a choreographic ground allowing the bodies to create intimacy, without forming a only a romantic context.

Residency : Ménagerie de Verre, Paris 

Performances : Geneva, June 2022, Hanover July 2022