Bio:

Jamie is a theatre artist born and raised on the beaches of the Coast. Directing credits include: Can We Fix It? (Studio 58 & Risky Nights) Gopher/Broke (star star theatre for HIVE/Magnetic North); Burqa Boutique (Killjoy Theatre) co-directed with Gavan Cheema; The Wolves (With A Spoon Theatre/Rumble Theatre/Pacific Theatre) nominated for a Jessie Richardson Award for Best Direction and Outstanding Production; Big Sister (Rapid Pitch Productions) winner of the Cultchivating the Fringe Award 2018; Vampires in Barcelona (Skinny Walrus Projects) at the 2017 rEvolver Festival and 2018 Vancouver Fringe Festival; Love/Sick (Stone's Throw Productions); Fool for Love (ABB Artist Collective); one of three directors at PULL VI (Speakeasy Theatre); Bull at the 2016 Tremors Festival (Rumble Theatre); Wild in Wild/Society (star star theatre, CAFF tour); The Particulars (The EASTWALL/Railtown Cultural Eclective); and In The Movies and Drifting (Brave New Play Rites).

Assistant directing credits include: Cock (Rumble Theatre); The Night’s Mare (Caravan Farm Theatre), Wide Awake Hearts (Hardline Productions & Twenty-Something Theatre), and Speech and Debate (Twenty-Something Theatre).

Jamie has spent over twenty years being a part of the Caravan Farm Theatre company in many different capacities, most recently as the Associate Artistic Director. 

Jamie was the Artistic Associate for The Cultch for the 2015/2016 season. From 2017-2019, she joined the Electric Company Theatre as their Producing Coordinator and Emerging Artist in Residence, with her collaborator Lucy McNulty.

Jamie was the recipient of the Ray Michal's Prize for Most Promising New Director at the 2017 Jessie Richardson Awards.

 
Photo by  Emma Pollard .

Photo by Emma Pollard.