Ever since she picked up photography in September 2009, you will hardly catch Jamie without her camera.
A Visual Storyteller based in Asia, Jamie's photography is driven by her love for beauty in human relationships and storytelling.
She dreams of traveling the world to experience and document different local cultures and lifestyles.
Besides photography, Jamie has a growing interest in art management, specifically in the curatorial field and is currently dabbling with multi-media works to add another layer to her storytelling.
Jamie believes in giving back and thus makes time every year to lend her skills to organisations such as the Singapore International Foundation, Singapore Red Cross, various animal welfare groups, and was a volunteer mentor photographer
Named “10 of Singapore’s best Young Photographers” by CNNgo, she was selected to take part in the inaugural Junior Shooting Home Workshop 2011 and was chosen by the National Arts Council to represent Singapore as a photojournalist during the annual ASEAN Youth Culture Camp 2011, which took place in Magaleng, Indonesia.
When she is not on the road, Jamie blogs; sings in Schola Cantorum Singapore; plays the cello; speaks four and a half languages; write letters; drinks tea, and tries her best to not expand her fountain pen collection.