JAMIE LEW is an artist, art director, and culture creator. Unlimited by artistic medium, Jamie has created & designed touring concerts, live spectacles, art installations, theatrical sets, dance films, music videos, motion graphics, illustrations, websites, and love letters all over the world. No matter the medium, Jamie believes that visual design is a vital storytelling device—capable of magnifying the intangible heart to a world full of strangers. Through her work, she seeks to manifest a future of peaceful rest, warm magic, and equality for all.
Jamie has worked with visionaries such as Amy Tinkham, Nikos Lagousakos, Josh Zangen, Nick Whitehouse, Nina McNeely, Tom Buderwitz, and Takeshi Kata for clients such as James Taylor, Harry Belafonte, Franco Dragone, Sokamba Performing Arts Company, The Happy Place, Dancing with the Stars, America’s Got Talent Live, Steven Tyler, Aerosmith, Paula Abdul, Jesse Palter, Disney Junior Channel, and Disney Music Group.
A self-appointed Gaysian Icon, Jamie is proud to represent her Queer and Korean American identities through her work. She is a lead team member of Queer Asian Social Club and has recently designed, edited, and launched a new weekly webzine entitled DIS-ORIENT.