Jeremy Dale is an artist and game designer. The day he received his BFA in graphic design he got on a plane to Orange County to begin a career in video game development working on The Neverland Chronicles. He later worked for Atari Games which became Midway. He later moved to Charlottesville, Virginia, to create and animate characters for Lodestone Games. He has also produced artwork for collectible card games and for Alderac Entertainment Group, Z-man Games, ThirdWorld games, Second World Simulations, and OtherWorld Creations.
From the Second World Simulations website:
From Madison County to Cameron, Walker to Orange, the dreadful flight of "jerO" (as the pretentious bastard calls himself) has stranded him fatefully in the heart of Silicon Valley: Santa Clara County. By day he dons the fell helm of a not so mild-mannered motion jockey for the Interactive Entertainment industry. By night, he... well, sleeps. But when he's not sleeping, he's... awake. When awake, sometimes he puts pencil to paper, stylus to tablet, glue to model, brush to tooth...
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If you want to see what jerO does for real money go to his online resume at http://www.valleydweller.com/. He has recently done work on the Superman: The Man of Steel game for the Xbox.
Note: This appears to be a different person than Jeremy Dale (1979–2014), an American comic book artist who was known for his work on G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.