Treetops was founded in 2008 by filmmaker and director Jeremy Whelehan, as a means to develop and produce film content and documentary projects. Jeremy cut his teeth in the feature film industry in Ireland before moving to London to produce and direct film and theatre. He was a founding member of The Old Vic Theatre Company and spent a number of years as Associate Director, working with luminaries such as Robert Altman, Sam Mendes, Kevin Spacey and Trevor Nunn.
Treetops debut feature documentary was "NOW: In the wings on a world stage" which earned the UK's National Film Award for Best Documentary in 2015. "Now" premiered at Tribecca Film Festival and was distributed theatrically before streaming on Netflix.
In recent years, Treetops has been developing a film about the art, tech and culture of Burning Man, and is currently in post production on The Wisdom Project, a film series about global indigenous traditions.