Jeremy Carman was born and raised in rural northern California in a small town called Shingle Springs. He grew up riding horses, racing motocross, raising animals and participating in fine arts. After three years of hand drafting and learning computer programs in high school, Jeremy gravitated towards the art of sculpting space and visual communication. He then pursued architecture at Cuesta College in San Luis Obipso. Once he earned an AS in architectural technology, Jeremy began setting his sights on the USC School of Architecture BArch program. Today he is finishing his fifth year and has been exploring future solutions for people in need with design partner and co-fellow Jayson Champlain. As Jeremy continually grows as a craftsman and designer, his focus center’s on architecture’s ability to encourage learning in both users and observers.