Trained as fine artists, Jeremy and his wife Stephanie Trenchard continue to create works of glass the old-fashioned way with a couple of new twists.
"I think people are kind of attracted to something that is made like our ancestors," Jeremy said.
Heating up, cooling down and shape-shifting glass on a nearly daily basis, the team will produce hundreds of pieces of art a year.
"It's about being able to master a skill, to make something you decide to make in a very clear way," said Jeremy.
Sometimes, finding that clear vision will include incorporating some colors that will be melted down, stretched, fused together and then blown into that vision.
"So everything we're doing is not specifically unique, but depending on the colors I use, the shapes I make, the ways I put those tiles together, all that makes it more about me being an artist or designer," said Jeremy.