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About Jamie Neale

AWARDS:
3rd Place Burgos/New York Choreographic Competition 
City Award Burgos/New York Choreographic Competition
Winner Best Video - VOTD UK - Atriums "Charcoal"
Semi-finalist Belgrade International Festival

 

 Jamie is a transformative Creative Movement Director & Choreographer based in London who works with a range of clients in fashion, music and live events.

He explores movement intention and context to create theatrical and fascinating pieces of work which are tailored to the project, from fashion clients such as Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith, Vans, Ami Paris, Robert Woods, Flaunt Magazine and Velvet Magazine to artists like Years & Years, Matoma, Max, Artificial Pleasures, Lapsley and Earl.

His vast knowledge of dance styles and movement awareness enables Jamie to tell a story through the body. He focuses on teaching people to emotionally reconnect with their body, a skill we all share and understand but that is easy to overlook in this fast-paced, modern world.

Through choreographing movements from the explosive to the subtle, he creates memorable experiences for his audience and collaborators, making him both a story teller and a director.

 

CREDITS:

Brands: Jimmy Choo, Vivienne Westwood, Vans, Showstudio, Paul Smith, Robert Woods, Dazed & Confused, AMI Paris, Kent & Curwen, HBO, Made.com,
Alcatel Icon, Wella, Hasbro, Sadlers Wells, So You Think You Can Dance 

Talent: David Beckham, Rebecca Ferguson, Peter Dinklage, Lottie Moss, Vogue Williams, Years & Years, Connie Constance, Mika, Will Young, Lapsley, Alice Ella, Pixx, Earl,
Max, Matoma, Artificial Pleasure, Atriums, Cuckoolander, Tender

Record Labels: XL Records, Atlantic Records, Warner Music, Universal Records, Partisan Records

Publications: Hunger Magazine, Paper Magazine, Flaunt Magazine, Velvet Magazine, Kaltblut Magazine, Feroce Magazine 

 

 

All Jamie brings to the room is himself. But luckily, Jamie is not only a melting pot of ideas, but also a source of positive energy. He lights up a room and spurs on every process he’s involved in. It’s a major factor of why his process work well – it’s what you bring to the room that really counts.