Jeremy Kotin, a native of Chicago, but living in NYC since graduating from Columbia University with a BA in Film won accolades for his first feature film, Monogamy (Tribeca Film Festival "Best New York Narrative") which he co-produced and co-edited with director Dana Adam Shapiro (Academy Award nominee for Murderball).
Most recently, Jeremy had the distinct pleasure of editing eight short films for legendary Australian director Baz Luhrmann for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The films created an imaginary conversation between two fashion designers, Miuccia Prada and the late Elsa Schiaparelli (portrayed in the films by the talented Judy Davis). The films premiered at the 2012 Met Costume Gala, presided over by Anna Wintour.
Jeremy was awarded the opportunity to create the media campaign and direct several films for the Alzheimer's Assocation, NYC Chapter, which garnered attention resulting in greater awareness for finding a cure for Alzheimer's as well as highlighting the work that the Association provides.
Jeremy's original focus in film was geared to the music industry where he worked with Grammy Award winning Artists such as Dolly Parton, Carly Simon, Esperanza Spalding, jazz vocalist Gretchen Parlato, Academy Award winner Jorge Drexler, The Punch Brothers, Rosanne Cash, Joe Jackson, Emmylou Harris, Madeleine Peyroux, Randy Newman, visual artist Lorna Simpson, director Robert Wilson, opera star Renee Fleming, choreographer Mark Morris, and Tony nominated choreographer Dan Knechtages.