Spraygraphic did a really great interview with him here:
His work is large, of traditional media and very labor intensive. His gallery is full of wry portraits and floating cosmonauts. It’s so rarely that you come across a contemporary artist so fluent in traditional oils; it’s very refreshing to see dirty hands when now it’s so easy to paint digitally. The tiny, isolated figures and vast negative spaces in Jeremy’s work make for very meditative, quiet – and yet still so DRAMATIC – worlds. I am fascinated, and incredibly inspired. Check out his work! Do it!