. What, origami is a performance art? Not traditionally, but
Jeremy’s origami is anything but traditional. Imagine a piece of paper folded into nail clippers that really work, or a Swiss Army knife that actually opens, or a surfer on a wave that crashes when the surfer is slid forward. These are just a few of Jeremy’s many spectacular and original origami models that he performs with. .
. Just the act of showing his origami is a big act in itself that grabs people’s attention. But that’s not all... Jeremy also has highly transforming models he uses as magic tricks and for storytelling. In addition he has
lots of surprisingly simple models that he can teach to large crowds. .
. Jeremy has performed his origami on TV talk shows, and at parties, festivals, schools, museums, libraries, and tradeshow booths. He has been invited as guest of honor to origami conventions in seven different countries .