ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jeremy G. Cox launched his backstage career at the Stratford Festival where he apprenticed in prop building for eight seasons before leaving to attend Sheridan College to study furniture design. He has since worked at OCAD University; Cuppa Coffee Animation studios in Toronto (building miniature stop-motion props and sets) and at Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightbox, building shows such as “Tim Burton”, “Designing 007: 50 Years of Bond Style” and “X-Men Master: Gordon Smith.” He also appeared in H2's invention show Thingamabob (U.S.). Jeremy served as head of stage carpentry at the Grand Theatre in London for five seasons. He currently maintains a very busy freelance career, building for theatrical productions, exhibits and displays. His teaching has taken him from Toronto to Suchitoto El Salvador and back to Stratford, where he has taught Stage Carpentry at Off the Wall for four seasons.
Revolving set of the Lorraine Motel built by Jeremy Cox for the Grand Theatre's production of The Mountaintop designed by Denyse Karn.
Santa's sleigh for the Grand Theatre's production of Miracle on 42nd Street designed by Bill Layton and built by Jeremy Cox
Flown stained glass lightbox for the Grand Theatre's production of Ring of Fire, built by Jeremy Cox from a design by Dana Osborne.