Jamie Jewett is the director of Lostwax Multimedia Dance, a multi-media dance theater company that seeks to examine the visceral cusp between installation, performance space and narrative through the use of technology. Jewett has been an artist in residence at HERE Center for the Arts in New York, at STEIM in Amsterdam, and at Perishable Theater in Providence, RI. His works such as After the Fall (Danspace at St. Mark's), as well as Seven Veils (HERE), Rest/Less (HERE,), Snowblind (University of Michigan IMMEDIA commission), Kindly Bent to Ease Us, and as far back to the evening length works Glyph (1996), Cloud In Trousers (1997) utilize interactivity, cinematic imagery and live video. His on-going collaborations with author Thalia Field also include an online multimedia piece, Zoologic and SEVEN VEILS. His recent full length works MELT, BLINKING, and SEVEN VEILS were commissions from the Firstworks Providence Festival, where they premiered. Jamie received his BA in Dance and Buddhist Studies from Naropa University, an MFA in Dance and Technology from the Ohio State University, an MA from Brown University's MEME@Brown program. He also completed his PhD in New Media and Performance at Brown. He currently teaches at Brown University, Dean College, and Rhode Island College. In 2012-2013 he will be a visiting professor in the Masters program in Sound, Image, and the Body at E.M.A. Fructidor in France. Jamie is the 2012 State of Rhode Island Choreographic Fellow, and was also the recipient of the 2010 RISCA Choreography Fellowship Merit Award. In 2011 Lostwax was voted the best dance company in RI by readers of the Providence Phoenix.