Jeremy Peters is the Director of Music Publishing for Ghostly International and Ghostly Songs. Since joining Ghostly in 2003 he’s risen thru the ranks from intern to directing the operations of the group’s music publishing, copyright administration, master licensing, original composition, and music supervision activities. Jeremy has worked on branded and story-based projects in all forms of media with companies like Sony PlayStation, EA Games, HUMMER, Chevy, Ford, Puma, Motorola, Google, Apple, CBS, NBC, HBO, Sony Pictures, Focus Features, and many, many more.
In 2008, Jeremy took a leave of absence to serve as a Field Organizer and volunteer on Barack Obama‘s successful campaign for President of the United States. In 2014, he was the Music Supervisor of the Emmy-Winning feature film “MEDORA.”
In his non-existent spare time, he is the co-founder of an indie imprint, Quite Scientific Records, and a Lecturer at The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance on topics in music business.
As a volunteer, Jeremy currently serves as the Secretary of the Planning Commission of the City Ann Arbor and on the Governmental Relations Committee of the American Association of Independent Music. He recently became a voting member of the Recording Academy, and is the Vice President of the Board of Directors of 826Michigan, a youth focused creative writing non-profit in serving students in Ypsilanti, Detroit, and Ann Arbor, MI.
He’s been a resident of Washtenaw County for the past eleven years and graduated from the University of Michgan with a BA in Political Science and Music, and maintains an active career as a Bass Vocalist and Tenor Trombonist, recording or performing with Audivi, the University Musical Society’s Choral Union, the Choirs of Christ Church, Grosse Pointe, the Chancel Choir of Kirk in the Hills, The University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club, The Friars, Western Michigan University’s Gold Company II, the Lakeshore Chamber Singers, Chris Bathgate, The Silent Years, Matt Jones, Fred Thomas, Frontier Ruckus, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., and many others.