Jeremy Nicholas is a 24-year-old director from Adelaide, currently living and working in Sydney. Taking most of his inspiration from his childhood in the working class Australian suburbs, his recent films have explored cultural dichotomies, social class and toxic masculinity. He has made two award-winning short films that have screened at Tirana International Film festival and the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival.

After completing a Bachelor of Creative Arts in Screen Production at Flinders University, Jeremy graduated to study a MA in directing at the Australian Film, Television & Radio School, where he intends to develop his craft as an Australian drama director.