Jamie Childs' ability to fuse a naturally observed use of camera with striking visuals, coupled with his skill at drawing great performances from his cast, has established him as a highly accomplished new director within the industry. Jamie began his directing career by winning a competition to shoot a TV commercial for Patricia Cornwell’s novel "Book Of The Dead". His winning piece was shown on channel 5 during the CSI ad break. He then moved onto directing promos for both the BBC and ITV and shot his first agency commercial for the Fairy 'Make A Wish' Foundation (featuring Sean Bean) through Grey London which was very well received within the industry.
Early 2016 saw Jamie direct an online campaign for Dove sponsoring the Four Nations Rugby Tournament shot over 4 days over multiple locations across the UK featuring stars such as England’s Anthony Watson, Connor Murray of Ireland, Scotlands’s scrum-half Craig Laidlaw and Welsh star Dan Biggar.
2016 has also seen Jamie direct a feature length episode of the critically acclaimed ITV series Vera starring a host of household names such as Brenda Blethyn. Off the back of his episode "The Moth Catcher", he was asked back to be lead director for the next series.
Currently Jamie is busy directing the second series of Stan Lee's critically acclaimed 10 part crime drama Lucky Man - featuring James Nesbitt as Detective Harry Clayton for Sky1.