Although Jeremy has many projects on the go, he still works from time to time as a public speaker. He never considered public speaking as a career, but has done  presentations all over Western Canada in recent years, and his adventures in the mountains of North America have given him countless stories to share.  

Jeremy tells the story of being buried in a large class three avalanche in 2004, covering an array of details, from how it felt to be in a large avalanche  to the life lesson that one learns from such a close call. With video footage of the accident and interviews from the survivors, his presentation is a heart stopping experience.

Rolling up to the top of the ridge of the Monashee Mountains of British Columbia, Jeremy watches the dust cloud of a very large class four avalanche settle. The story he tells covers the experience he has helping the people involved in the avalanche, and carries on into the importance of community and how small the world is. Your friends of friends could be anywhere in this world, and this story highlights the importance of being  prepared and open to helping any one.

Know the Snow is a presentation Jeremy developed to express the importance of knowing the risks of life. He talks about learning to analyze the risks that you find in your life, and using the risks he finds in the mountains as examples, helps people learn how to develop the ability to mange them.