Along with Playboy, Jeremy's writing has appeared in Sports Illustrated, Vice, Deadspin, Men's Journal, Wired, Outside, Popular Mechanics and Seattle Metropolitan. Below is a collection of his features, essays and interviews on a variety of topics including the science of sport, finance, technology, design and culture.
We've asked some of the world's leading chefs what restaurants they think most changed how we dine.
Meet the next generation of cooking talent who show the country’s culinary future is bright.
How Vespertine is challenging the very basic notions of fine dining.
A conversation with Noma’s chef about the changing face of fine dining.
In an interview with Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson, he discusses Trump, race, presidential election history and whether campaigns actually tell us anything
An interview with Time economics columnist Rana Forohaar about how finance has destroyed the American economy.
As people searched for the "concussion-proof" helmet, scientists agreed the whole pursuit was a fool's errand
The crown prince of Flavortown is the bane of the culinary world, but he may be the greatest champion of all the values the hold so dear.
After Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles amid a doping scandal, I dug into the drug-fueled world of cycling that he left behind.
Part of the reason the Financial Crisis blindsided so many people was because the world of finance is so opaque and hard to understand. Author John Lanchester wants to make sure that doesn't happen again
As Stephen Colbert prepared to retire his famed blowhard character, an exploration of one of TV's most bravura performances ever.
A discussion with Jon Wertheim, the Sports Illustrated staff writer teamed up with a leading economist to create the Freakonomics of sports
Just train for 10,000 hours, right? Not quite. In his new book, author David Epstein argues that top-shelf athletic performance may be a more complicated formula than we’ve recently come to believe.
When FIFA finally introduced goal-line technology for the 2014 World Cup, the engineers at the German company GoalControl explained how it worked
When Aroldis Chapman uncorked a 105-mph pitch, we called on the world's leading biomechanics experts to determine the limit of human performance
As technology improves, especially in tennis, human referees may become a thing of the past
With the advent of medical techniques to help pitchers recover from surgery, where do sports draw the line on what is or isn't an unfair advantage?
It seems that most everything your high school gym-class teacher told you is wrong when it comes to stretching before you workout or race
The tech giant that could do no wrong has lost its way when it comes to creating innovative and exciting products.
One of Elon Musks' greatest innovations isn't much different than Steve Jobs', which is combining killer engineering with beautiful design.