Jeremy Bloom has been living green since before it was cool. And writing about it.
His publication credits range from Playboy to Parenting, and he recently composed content for an exhibit on climate change at the new California Academy of Sciences museum in San Francisco. He’s been a senior editor for a monthly magazine, and written three screenplays (not, as of yet, produced).
He likes to take a hands-on approach to life, so he also has mucked about in cobb, planted organic strawberry beds, created raw-food meals, done green carpentry, milked sheep, served as deputy campaign manager for a congressional race, helped run music festivals, dug into archeological sites in Israel and the arctic, white-water rafted down rivers in Thailand and the Adirondacks, gone skin-diving in the Red Sea, and danced until dawn in an old-growth redwood forest.
He lives in Eugene, Oregon with his wife Lyra and two cats, Navi