An entrepreneur and creative leader, Jeremy Lasky started his career at R/GA right after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University where he studied Graphic Design, Architecture and Business. For 5+ years he lead design efforts for feature films, global ad agencies and broadcast networks at R/GA. In the Fall of 2001, Lasky co-founded Perception, a cutting edge motion graphics studio that lead the revolution in creating groundbreaking design and visual effects on the desktop. Now in it’s 20th year, the studio has sharpened its focus to become global experts in designing futuristic UIs for both feature films and for the most powerful brands in technology. From Iron Man to IBM, from The Avengers to SpaceX, the studio has an extremely unique niche that truly bridges the gap between sci fi & science fact. Lasky leads new business strategies, shapes the company’s growth, while overseeing a full-time staff of 17.
Lasky has been a keynote speaker at: MIT’s Beyond the Cradle, The Savannah Film Festival, Promax, Disney Art Summit, Disney Creative Loop Series, The Science of Team Science Conference, The Biogen Technology Innovation Symposium, TV of Tomorrow, and Razorfish’s Global Creative Summit. Lasky has lectured on design and guest speaker at MIT Media Lab, OTIS, SCAD, Carnegie Mellon’s ETC and NYU ITP. He’s given presentations & workshops at some of the biggest tech giants in the world including Samsung, IBM, SpaceX, Intel, Microsoft, GE, Yahoo, Audi, Mercedes, Ford, Chrysler, Visa & Apple.
Lasky’s work has garnered many of the most prestigious awards in the design world including AIGA, The Art Director’s Club, BDA/Promax, CLIO, International Andy Awards, SXSW, Monitor Awards, New Media Invision, One Show, The Charleston Intl Film Festival, Telly’s, The Type Directors, The Motionographer Awards and featured in the permanent collection at The Museum of Modern Art, and a traveling exhibit celebrating Spider-Man, Beyond Amazing.
He’s been profiled in dozens of design and business publications including: Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, CNet, Tech Crunch, Variety, Engadget, Car & Driver, Crains, El Pais, Carnegie Mellon Magazine, as well as a frequent guest on design and industry podcasts. Most recently, Perception’s title design work on Marvel Studios’ Disney+ series ‘WandaVision’ was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Design and won the SXSW Audience Award for Title Design.