Jamie is an experienced composer and sound designer who likes to use relevant sound in challenging and meaningful ways. He's manipulated US radio static for an Emmy nominated film about child poverty in America, made rhythms out of the sound of fists striking the body for a Dispatches series on gang violence, sequenced car parts for Chevrolet and created a soundtrack out of guns for Amnesty International. He looks after the sonic side of tisk's offering and is always looking for new and interesting ways to give films character and emotion through sound.
Jamie also is part of the world of audio branding, and has travelled round the world asking people, "what does your brand sound like" working with clients like Nokia, Harrods, Fanta and Sainsburys. He recently gave a talk on "Music, Science & Audiences" at this year's World Audio Branding Awards in Berlin.
Jamie's music features on mainstream international TV channels. His commercial and corporate credits include Nike, Sony, Ubisoft, Chevrolet, Bosch, Harrods and Nokia. He also has composed for NGOs and Charities such as Amnesty, Greenpeace, Crisis and ActionAid.
Lastly as an artist Jamie has been released worldwide as Lo Freq alongside Cinematic Orchestra, Mark Ronson and Matthew Herbert. He has recently collaborated with Lubomyr Melnyk on Erased Tapes records on his new album, released in October 2015, and is starting to slowly release his own solo material.