Jamie Robertson
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I have a boundless passion for telling compelling stories that spark emotions with memorable words and images

I have mainly worked as a writer-director-producer but have also been hired as a supervising producer, post director, edit producer, content producer, ghostwriter, script editor, researcher, visual effects set supervisor and as a photographer.

I have written annd directed documentaries about how survivors of the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami are coping ten years on, about two young city girls being taught Aboriginal bush survival skills, about Vietnamese street kids being given the opportunity to work in a restaurant and about the hunting teqniques of saltwater crocodiles in Australia. I have directed many TV commercials and corporate films and created film installations for museums and have also directed dramatic re-constructions on films about Australian Kittyhawk pilots in WW2 and about female murderers in the US, UK and Australia

I am just as comfortable directing actors as I am with getting performances from non-actors. I have worked with crews ranging from 3 to 100 in studios and on location in many countries including the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Turrkey, France and Ecuador.

Examples of my directing work can be viewed on this site http://vimeo.com/user17583024/videos

Examples of my photagraphy can be viewed on this site http://jamierobertso6.wix.com/jamierobertson#!home/mainPage

Contact: jamierobertson@ozemail.com.au

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Mission Statement
The key to my success is enjoying my work and approaching it with honesty, dedication and a drive for excellence. My mission is to provide the best service and create the highest quality results based on these values.
Conservation Statement
My goal is to use all my skills to promote public awareness and educate about conservation issues by producing professional and powerful documentary films and photographs that will inspire individuals and companies to build enduring relationships between people and wildlife for a future in which humans can live in balance with the natural world.