Jeremy Ridley
Mechanical Engineer

The engineering bug bit Jeremy when he was five years old and fixed the plastic reflectors that kept breaking off his bike.

He worked with his grandfather to make metal replacements. Even in childhood his design philosophies were clear: Good design involves creativity within constraints, and nothing is impossible. He still has the drawing he made to show his grandfather the reflectors’ required dimensions.

Before joining Bresslergroup, Jeremy led prototype development at Unilife, and worked in product ideation and concept pitching at Acumed. His experience with medical devices and biomechanical systems adds to our expertise in the medical arena. At Bresslergroup he works on early concept development, prototyping, and engineering analysis, and we’re glad to have this intensely curious optimist on the team.

Jeremy earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Case Western Reserve in 2013. When he’s not engineering, he likes to do CrossFit, hike, and play soccer.

What's your favorite all-time product? Weber Kettle Grill What would you be if you weren't an engineer? An orthopedic surgeon. Finish this sentence: Design is ... ... creating elegant solutions to everyday problems.