Jamieson is a screenwriter and director. He likes to explore relationships, sexuality, and desire.
His short films have played more than fifty festivals around the world. His latest as director, Thomas Rides in an Ambulance, played opening night at St. Kilda Film Festival in 2022. With Strangers, he won a Lexus Short Film Fellowship, was selected to participate in MIFF’s 2019 Accelerator program and the film won Best Film and Audience Awards in several European festivals. His previous short Adult, which he adapted from a short story by Christos Tsiolkas, played South by SouthWest. He has made five other short films as writer and/or director.
In April 2023, he finished a six-month residency program at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, supported by the Institut Français and the Ian Potter Cultural Trust, where he adapted the French novella Crazy for Vincent by Hervé Guibert into a screenplay which is in development with Aurora Films. He is also in development with Mad Ones Films on a historical miniseries about Australian bushranger Captain Moonlite and his outlaw lover James Nesbitt. His pilot episode was longlisted for a Monte Miller Award in 2022.
In 2015, he was Director’s Attachment to Peter Duncan on Season IV of Rake and he completed a Graduate Diploma of Directing at the Australian Film Television & Radio School in 2014.