Jameson is a 30 year-old filmmaker, born and bred on the island of Malta. A self-motivated and empathetic director, Jameson loves and appreciates the unique narrative capacities capable of a multitude of styles and genres. This makes him willing to experiment and take on challenges requiring him to step out of his comfort zone. His interests range from photography to psychology and sometimes indulges in his guilty pleasure, video gaming.
He started working as a Video Editor with a local TV station after leaving a B. Ed. Course at the University of Malta. After just one year, he started working as an Assistant Director to Mark Doneo on the production ‘Miriana Coljero’ (2007-08). Two years later, Jameson directed the second season of ‘Marvin’ for the same station.
In 2013, Jameson was among the selected candidates to follow the course StoryWorks given by world class senior tutors. In the same year, he produced and directed his own TV series ‘Maskra’ which aired from October 2013 till March 2014.
Just before turning 30, Jameson directed his debut feature film '20,000 Reasons' in Summer 2015 under the veil of Malta Film Commission in association with Film London Microwave and financed by ESF Funds. The production aims at an early 2016 release.
With 9 years of experience, Jameson directs and edits for local companies. Having directed his short film ‘Hostage’, he recently won the Best Director Award at the Malta Short Film Festival.