JEREMY JONES + MOZZY – Wolfgang Man & Beast
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JEREMY JONES + MOZZY

Jeremy Jones sitting on a rock looking at his phone with his dog Mozzy next to him.

Jeremy Jones grew up running around with his mutt Sigmund and skateboarding in Farmington, Utah. Sigmund was by Jeremy’s side for sixteen wonderful years!

Jeremy Jones doing a big ollie over a rail on his skateboard with a sunset in the background.  

Jeremy Jones portrait wearing a beanie with snow falling.

While he calls skateboarding his great passion, it’s Jeremy’s involvement in snowboarding that has made the past 20+ winters far more fun…and he has built an impressive career out of sliding sideways on snow. Focusing mainly on shooting video parts, Jeremy can proudly list himself as one of the few (if not the only) rider to have a part in a film every year for the past 20 seasons! His list of sponsors include Nitro Snowboards, L1, Electric, Mizu, Milosport, Backcountry, Destroyer Equipment, and now Wolfgang Man & Beast.

Jeremy Jones helmet cam shot going around a corner on his motorcycle.  

Jeremy Jones doing a hand plant on his snowboard in the woods.

Once he had struck off on his own, Jeremy’s history as a dog dad continued. Shortly after he was married the Jones newlyweds got two Weimaraners and named them Nixon and Chase . Although Chase lived just four years, Nixon blessed the family for sixteen!

Black & white photo of Mozzy in a doorway looking back.  

Mozzy on the grass playing with a stick.

The Jones’ little 9-month-old Havanese, Mozzy, is the latest addition to their family of four, and has been a great surprise for Jeremy. “I never thought I could be sold on a small dog…they all seemed so irritating and skittish,” Jeremy explains. “We love her and can’t imagine not having her around.”