Bio:

Jamie is a theatre artist born and raised in Vancouver, BC. Directing credits include: The Wolves, produced by With A Spoon Theatre in association with Rumble Theatre, a guest production of Pacific Theatre, Big Sister with Rapid Pitch Productions (winner of the Cultchivating the Fringe Award 2018), Vampires in Barcelona with Skinny Walrus Projects at the 2017 rEvolver Festival and 2018 Vancouver Fringe FestivalLove/Sick with Stone's Throw ProductionsFool for Love with ABB Artist Collective, The Wolves with Stone’s Throw Productions, one of three directors at PULL VI with Speakeasy Theatre, Bull at the Tremors Festival with Rumble Theatre, Wild in Wild/Society for star star theatre touring to multiple Canadian Fringes, The Particulars with The EASTWALL/Railtown Cultural Eclective, and In The Movies and Drifting with 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 and spent the summer of 2018 as the Associate Artistic and Managing Director. 

Jamie was the Artistic Associate for The Cultch for the 2015/2016 season. She is currently the Producing Coordinator for the Electric Company Theatre, where she was an Emerging Artist in Residence last season, 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.