Jamie Robertson
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I have a passion for telling compelling stories with memorable images and have directed many documentaries worldwide with subjects ranging from the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami to Aboriginal bush survival skills and from street kids in Vietnam to killer crocodiles in Australia and I have also worked as a dramatic re-enactments director on shows about WW2 pilots and female murderers. I have directed over 200 TVCs and have also been hired as an edit producer,writer, content producer, visual effects set supervisor and as a photographer.

I have worked in the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Turkey, France and Ecuador on productions for Aardman Animations, Dreamworks, Framestore-CFC, Discovery Channel, Discovery Asia, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, National Geographic, Oxford Scientific Films, Parthenon Entertainment, Partridge Films, Beyond international, Look Films/History Channel, Visionquest Entertainment, ABC/Museum Victoria, Two Four Group, Imagination/Australian War Museum, Channel News Asia, Saatchi & Saatchi, J Walter Thompson and Ogilvy & Mather.

To see examples of my directing work please click on this link

To see examples of my photography please click on this link

And to download my CV please click on this link

Contact details:
Email: jamierobertson@ozemail.com.au

   
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.
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