Jeremy Lee is adjunct faculty teaching sound design at the Tisch School of the Arts Tech Track at New York University. He also teaches sound design for the Masters in Theatre Studies program at Southern Oregon University.
On Broadway, Lee was the associate sound designer for Talk Radio (2007) at the Longacre Theatre, and The Woman in White (2005) for the Marquis Theatre. He was the assistant sound designer for Tarzan (2006) at Richard Rodgers Theatre, On Golden Pond (2005) at the Cort Theatre, and Bombay Dreams (2004) at the Broadway Theatre.
Lee designed the sound for Continental Divide (2004) for the Barbican Theatre in London. In 2002, he was the assistant sound designer for 42nd Street, the first English-language Broadway musical to be taken to Russia, which played in Moscow.
Jeremy has worked for twelve seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In 2008, he designed sound for OSF's Comedy of Errors and Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. He also has designed sound for Fifth Avenue Theatre (West Side Story – 2007), Signature Theatre in Washington, D.C., Syracuse Stage, Cleveland Playhouse, Salvage Vanguard Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theater, American Players Theatre, and the La Jolla Playhouse.
He graduated from SynAudCon in 2001 with certification in Sound System Setup and Optimization, and Sound System Design.