Jamie has shot water exploding through a ceiling on high speed cameras, marshalled all the Guardian's chefs in one day, and re-created the Paris riots on vintage 16mm film for BBH and Clarkes.

He has shot glass blowing in Venice and park marshalls going mad in Texas. But not satisfied with this variety, Jamie has also been shooting a series of comedy shorts that he modestly calls 'directing practise', covering the full raft of millennials’ social and sexual anxieties.

As well as this comedy work, Jamie continues to combine his documentary film-making with a range of photography styles to create inventive and individual pieces which always surprise. We love the stories Jamie finds and the production value he brings to each and every one.