Having started his musical journey in the country town of Warwick, Jamie is committed to seeing that musical creativity can flourish everywhere. Since performing as a feature soloist for the Brisbane Municipal Concert Band at Brisbane’s Riverstage in 2016, Jamie has danced across stages from Cairns to New Zealand playing a panoply of different genres.

After completing a Bachelor of Music under the guidance of Dr Martin Kay and Dr Diana Tolmie at the Queensland Conservatorium, Jamie is excited to share his expertise in saxophone and clarinet. Jamie also plays trumpet, French horn, flute and piano in different bands around Brisbane. As part of The Distressed Cats saxophone quartet, Jamie has also run workshops for budding instrumentalists around the Central Highlands

Jamie is an avid composer and arranger. His original contemporary composition for band ‘The Tango Trap’ was premiered by the Conservatorium Wind Orchestra in 2019. He also holds a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) from the University of Queensland.