After making his first short film, For the Love of Julio, Jamieson studied at the Australian Film Television & Radio School (AFTRS) in Sydney.
Since then, he has been making short films, music videos and online content.
He was a Director's Attachment to show runner Peter Duncan on the fourth season of the ABC series Rake; and in 2017, his award-winning short film Adult premiered at South by SouthWest.
In 2018, he was awarded the Lexus Short Film Fellowship for which he received $50,000 to make his next short film, Strangers. The film premiered at Sydney Film Festival and he was then selected to participate in Melbourne International Film Festival's Accelerator Program. Strangers has won prizes in Australia and overseas, playing over 20 festivals
In 2021, he directed Thomas Rides in an Ambulance, a short film written by Llewellyn Michael Bates, which has been selected to play St. Kilda Short Film Festival's Opening Night.
He is developing a mini-series about bushranger Captain Moonlite with Mad Ones Films and a feature film, Fou de Vincent, with Aurora Films.
He likes to explore the stranger manifestations of human desire.