Jeremy Redleaf

He first emerged in the early class of internet creators with his breakthrough web series, “Odd Jobs,” starring Alexandra Daddario which won The Streamy Awards for “Best New Web Series,” “Best Writing” at the International Television Festival, the jury prize at the NY Television 

Festival, and a development deal at Fox Television Studios. Around the series, he built a job portal for the underemployed that received

international acclaim and was named “The Best Thing to Come out of the Recession” by CNBC. OddJobNation continues to thrive as a destination and holds the distinction of being the most profitable narrative web series of all time. 

A multi-disciplinary artist, Jeremy’s work spans immersive experiences, art installations, commercials, branded content, television projects like Billy Eichner’s “Billy on the Street,” and comedy specials for SYFY. 

He co-wrote, co-directed, produced, and starred in the feature film “3rd Street Blackout” co-starring Negin Farsad, Janeane Garofalo, John Hodgman and Sasheer Zamata that is now available to stream on Peacock.

Jeremy is also the co-founder of Caveday, a global community for focused work that counts members in 50 countries including Emmy, Oscar, and Pulitzer winners and was recently named one of the “World Change Ideas of 2022” by Fast Company. 

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Experiments in creativity, community, generativity, and serendipity by Jeremy Redleaf


Artist & Entrepreneur. Caveday co-founder.