Born in Meath in 1986, Jamie went to school in Tara & Navan until earning a place in the BArch program at the Dublin School of Architecture, DIT Bolton Street. During his years of study he has worked with Orla O'Callaghan Architects before founding moniker architecture in 2008 with Elizabeth Gaynor & Cormac Nolan.
In 2009 they jointly won the 'Dublin House' competition, run by Dublin City Council and the UCD Architecture exhibition 'now what?'.
In 2010 moniker & GKMP architects were invited by DCC to explore 'Dublin House' further. They produced a design prototype, a promotional document and a scale model.
In 2010 Jamie was on the winning team of an International Architectural competition for a Library and Architecture Department for the Glasgow School of Art.
In 2011 he collaborated with MakeDo architectural research group. They received a funding award from the Arts Council Young Ensemble Scheme which resulted in a year of exhibitions, events and proposals for further experimentation.
He won the MOLA Best Design Project at the DIT College of Engineering & Built Environment Awards in 2011
In 2012 moniker again collaborated with GKMP Architects to produce another version of Dublin House for a selected test site on Fishamble Street Dublin. The project had its official debut in July 2014 and Dublin City Council is currently seeking interested parties to apply [www.dublinhouse.ie].
Jamie currently works at Grafton Architects in Dublin, Ireland