After receiving degrees in Architecture and Architectural Engineering, with concentrations in Art, Landscaping and City Planning, Jeremy moved to Alaska to begin his career. He started his firm in Juneau in 2002. Jeremy Bauer and Jason Clifton joined forces in 2005, adopting the name Bauer/Clifton Interiors (BCI) in 2006.
With projects to date in Alaska, across the Pacific Northwest, and on to Palm Springs, BCI continues to grow and expand their business throughout the nation. BCI offers design, product sourcing, project management and more, providing clients with their dream space without the stress. BCI offers an experience and final product unmatched in Juneau or the state of Alaska.
Jeremy has always taken a liking to architecture and landscaping. Born a Midwest farm boy, Jeremy and his grandfather renovated a 19th century post and beam barn, saving it from destruction in the mid-80s. From this moment on, his fate was sealed. Jeremy spent his time on the farm drawing houses. Drawing inspiration from his roots, Jeremy’s first project was a remote Alaska post and beam cabin, and over time his focus would skew toward interiors, though he maintains a passion and talent for landscape design.
When Jeremy walks into a home, he understands its structure and absorbs its history, allowing him to see what it’s meant to be. A true lover of the natural world, Jeremy explores what Alaska has to offer in camping and traveling, never knowing where he will find inspiration for his next great project.