Postal Address:

9392 Wardwell Ave NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

About Jeremy Loerch

Jeremy loves the art of metal forming in all of its applications, and enjoys teaching this art to inspired individuals in a way that applies practical application and understanding with hands on learning styles.

Expertise includes teaching experience pre-K through 12, curriculum development, metal shaping/forming, machining and running two successful small business that incorporated practical skills into a dynamic environment.

Awards & Recognition

  • Japan/Fulbright Scholarship Recipient
  • National Middle School merit award “Teams That Make a Difference”
  • Metalwork featured in Bainbridge Island Magazine
  • Hand-built Motorcycles & Art featured at Gallery Zero (Portland, OR)
  • Hand-built 1998 Buell S1W Motorcycle featured at Street Chopper Magazine

Jeremy Loerch graduated from Washington State University with a bachelors of art in Education/ESL. He also attended the South Seattle Community College welding school, as well as the Pratt Fine Art Center in Seattle, WA.

Having spent time as a teacher at UCDS and Billings Middle School, Jeremy decided to flex his entrepreneurial skills as founder and owner of Felony Flyers, a design and build shop for custom motorcycles in Seattle where his bikes were recognized and featured in both Iron Horse Magazine and Street Chopper Magazine. Later selling his business to move his family to Bainbridge Island, he started MonkeyWrench, a metal fabrication shop, in addition to Alchemy Industrial Arts.