I worked closely with Jeremy and Theresa for over a year, animating The History of Glamour, the Closet Cases pilot, promos for Rockstar Games, and Jeremy's Bungalow 8 and Angel Dust. We had a great working relationship and quickly became close friends. My fondest memories of Jeremy involve long conversations about art and life at a handful of SoHo haunts, enjoying bourbon, Boddingtons, and Cohiba cigars. I will always remember Jeremy as intelligent, with a sweet and fragile personality.
Theresa and I go way back to our days at Magnet Interactive Studios in Washington, DC. One summer day, L.L. Cool J was shooting a film in Georgetown. Coming back from lunch, Theresa spotted him, flung her arms around him, and proclaimed -- "I love you, L.L.!" That was Theresa's outer layer: bold and dynamic. Underneath, she was tenacious and brilliantly smart. Years later, I reconnected with Theresa in New York, thanks to Raymond Doherty, and began work on The History of Glamour.
Working with Jeremy and Theresa was fun and inspiring. They were independent, resourceful, totally original and always true to their artistic visions. With each step I take in my career as an artist and filmmaker, I think back to my time with them, and how they inspired me to follow my own artistic vision.
Jeremy and Theresa left us too soon, and I will miss them dearly.
-- Eric Dyer