As an alumni of Wimbledon School of Art, Jamie has over 30 years of professional experience in the world of theatre, film and television. He has designed a wide range of disciplines from ballet and opera to musical theatre and pantomimes.

He is CEO and resident designer at Attle Costumiers Ltd; A warehouse with over 50,000 items, specialising in 1950-2000’s vintage garments, based in Surrey.

Jamie’s inspiration comes from cinema, history, architecture, and especially fabrics & textiles (which he is addicted to buying…).

He embraces new technology to expand the possibilities within the realm of costume and set design.

As an eco-conscious designer, Jamie is always keen to up-cycle when the possibility arises.

In addition, he is a highly skilled design interpreter and pattern cutter having made costumes, with his team, for many West End shows including Les Miserable, The Lion King (UK & Europe), Dirty Dancing, Shrek, Priscilla, and many others including ENO, ENB, ROH, RSC and the NT.


Credits include: Current project; Loserville (Trinity Laban 2023); Cinderella-Principles (Princes Hall Aldershot 2022); Cinderella – Principles (The Arts Centre Hounslow 2022); Dick Whittington- Principles (Princes Hall Aldershot 2021); Peter Pan Additional Principles (The Arts Centre Hounslow 2021); Jack and The Beanstalk (UCH Limerick Streamed Panto 2020); Sleeping Beauty (Yvonne Arnaud 2019); Jack and the Beanstalk- Principles (Princes Hall Aldershot 2019); Cinderella (Yvonne Arnaud, 2018); Jack and the Beanstalk (Newbury Corn Exchange 2018); Dick Whittington (Yvonne Arnaud, 2017); Beauty and the Beast- Principles (Newbury Corn Exchange 2017); The Fellowship (The Mill, Yvonne Arnaud); Aladdin (Yvonne Arnaud, 2016); Savage (Above the Arts); The Fellowship (Hen and Chickens); Jack and the Beanstalk (Yvonne Arnaud, 2015); The Wind in the Willows & Dorothy, Set and costume design,(Waterloo East); Snow White (Yvonne Arnaud, 2014); Cinderella (Yvonne Arnaud, 2013); Aladdin (Yvonne Arnaud, 2012); Jack and the Beanstalk (Co-designer, Yvonne Arnaud, 2011); Die Fledermaus, La Traviata (Diva Opera) The Magic Flute (Diva Opera); The Devil’s Blues, Dancing That Dance, The Front Line; And Finally… (Linbury Theatre); Men in Tights (Granada Television); Dangerous Nights (Jermyn Street Theatre); Dracula (Canizaro Open Air Theatre); Kev and Babe (Tour) and several film shorts.