Since 2005, Jeremy has been a freelance audio engineer and music producer, spending most of his time at Threshold Studios. He's worked with both independent singer/songwriters/bands as well as label projects, engineering sessions for S-Curve artists Diane Birch and Care Bears on Fire. He's also worked on all of Major Who Media's productions from 2006-2010 including Paula Valstein, Alec Gross, Todd Alsup, and more. Jeremy engineered and mixed live sessions for many noteworthy artists as part of AT&T's "Blue Room" series and the New York Times podcast "Popcast," including Jonsí from Sígur Ros, The Black Keys, Grace Potter, Josh Ritter, The Morning Benders, Butch Walker, VV Brown, and Angelique Kidjo.
Jeremy is deeply involved with the non-profit organization Road Recovery, regularly producing songs for their Performance Workshop programs for sober teens. He also spent a day in Sing-Sing prison, recording and mixing Road Recovery's outreach performance featuring Wayne Kramer of MC5, Tom Morello, Billy Bragg, and Perry Farrell.
Jeremy has a BA from Rutgers University in American History and he studied music technology at New York University. He lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn, where he enjoys Vietnamese sandwiches, hot sauce, and DVR. Currently he does not have any puppies.
Owner, co-founder, musician
Although AJ does not currently maintain an active role in day-to-day studio operations, it is AJ that co-founded and hand built Threshold's studios with James Walsh. The studio began as a band rehearsal room that AJ turned into a small digital studio where it quickly grew into the additional rooms where it sits today. AJ plays bass with nyc band / super rockers GSX. He loves music and skiing, his wife and his dog. AJ can always be reached at email@example.com