A COLD WALL A/W19
My Dinner With Herve (HBO)
Nicholas Kirkwood LFW Show
Adidas & JD X Falcon
Edeline Lee SS19
Jamie is grateful to work with incredible artists Cuckoolander for her new single "Mercury" check out released on Fader and featured interview.
Jamie recently shot with photographer Nelly Breit for Kaltblut as movement director
Jamie has the privilege of working with Alexandre Mattiussi on his Paris Fashion Week's Mens/Female collection 2018 as Creative Movement Director
Featured video "Now You See Me", directed by Claire Little, movement by Jamie Neale
Article written by Jamie's work for Interskalactic "Clad In Gold" promo video
A stimulating article written by Helena Pike on Fashion & Dance, featuring Jamie's work on Paul Smith.
Great article written up by Noisey for Jamie's work on Artificial Pleasures new promo "All I Got"
Full feature from shoot with Vogue Williams at Daily Star -
Team: Photographer: Emma Jane Lewis, Art/Movement Direction: Jamie Neale, Photographers assistant - Kylie thomas, Styling - Masteramas hair and Makeup Emine Cox, Dresses Ninan Austdal, Flowers Tissue Blossoms
Excellent write up of Jamie Neale's fashion work to date, mixing fashion with dance.
Journalist: Sophie Abriat
Lucky Stiff - Union Theatre
sizzling choreography of industry hot property, Jamie Neale, and fills the stage with mainly young performers, clearly delighting in continuing the vivacity and showmanship learned in class. In best ‘Union‘ tradition, the dance numbers are the star of the show here, and Neale sets the tone from the off, with a bracing opener, sharp as a razor and utterly beguiling: and he keeps the steps and moves coming with superb economy and aptness – just wait for the killer kick-line later in the show! It is a peach.
"The choreography, as so often at The Union, is a sheer delight – international choreographer Jamie Neale brings his wealth of experience and it shows – the dance numbers are sublime, particularly the opener, ‘Something Funny’s Going On. ’
Jamie Neale's clever choreography adds to the fun and there were elements that seriously made me laugh out loud!
delivering Jamie Neale's cheeky hits of choreography
The jagged shapes of the set and choreography (the latter by Jamie Neale) only add to the zaniness and naiveté of the show. It sets out to amuse us, and it succeeds.
**** PS by Paul Smith (Pitti Uomo)
"There aren’t many designers who’d throw a glass of water on their latest design as it was being presented, but Paul Smith isn’t like many designers.
"show itself was as innovative as the collection. With Smith joined by 8 UK-based performers, choreographed by Jamie Neale and came from a range of disciplines including ballet and acrobatic gymnastics, the show consisted of the performers dancing, melding together their various styles, to represent the versatility of the PS by Paul Smith collection."
**** Wind In The Willows - Most Successful Christmas Show at The Rose.
**** Wind In The Willows - THE PLAYS THE THING
"Jamie Neale’s choreography and movement also does a great job in the Wild Wood scenes, drawing out the wild side of these creatures."
**** Wind In The Willows - BROADWAY WORLD
"Impressively professional; their contribution to the songs and dance routines is particularly proficient."
**** Wind In The Willows - WHATSONSTAGE
"ubtle movement direction from Jamie Neale, meanwhile, ensures we never forget the characters' wild origins."
**** Opera Holland Park, Queen Of Spades - Evening Standard
"Aided by Jamie Neale's Playful Choreography"
**** Opera Holland Park, Queen Of Spades - The Independent
"Choreographed with wonderful Assurance"
**** Opera Holland Park, Queen Of Spades - The Guardian
"Bravado display of cossack dancing in the gambling-house scene"
**** The Secret Garden, The Ambassadors Theatre - The Stage
"Evocatively beautiful Broadway show"
**** The Secret Garden, The Ambassadors Theatre - Daily Express
"well choreographed actors and singers in the story of young orphan Mary Lennox"
**** The Secret Garden, The Ambassadors Theatre - Broadway World
"the superbly appointed venue and brilliantly choreographed scene changes helped to ensure that everyone raised their games"