Jeremy S. Bloom is a sound designer, foley artist, & accordionist from Brooklyn, NY. His musical sensibilities, aural savvy, and attention to detail fuel his carefully composed and spatially dynamic sound designs. He plays accordion actively in Balkan party band Tipsy Oxcart.
Jeremy pairs his aural acuity as a composer with a wealth of technical knowledge to sculpt unique sonic environments and effects. As an avid outdoorsman, Jeremy is inspired by the rippling chain reactions found in nature. His design impulses are heavily informed by his experiences in contrasting environments and communities around the world. The world's soundscapes are not static, and instead constantly respond to their surroundings and inhabitants. Whether realistic or stylized, Jeremy's designs seek to recreate these dynamic sonic reactions.
In his free time, Jeremy enjoys cooking, carpentry, and outdoor adventure sports. He has travelled extensively around Turkey, the Caucasus, and the Balkans & returns frequently to the region ever since making life-long connections there on formative high school exchange program. He has biked Turkey's Aegean coast & trekked solo in the Toros mountains, depending on the hospitality of local shepherds.