Jamie Hall is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts, School of Filmmaking and serves as a Director and Director of Photography in the entertainment industry. In 2007, Jamie earned an Emmy nomination for his work on the A&E series “Intervention” and has been responsible for the Cinematography of programming on all the major networks. His most recent work includes "Iverson," the feature-length documentary charting the rise of NBA All-Star Allen Iverson, airing on Showtime.
Jamie's recent work includes serving as Director and Director of Photography on CBS’s "Lucky Dog," Director of Photography on "Dr. Dee: Alaskan Vet" for Animal Planet and Camera Operator on "Dr. Oakley: Yukon Vet" for National Geographic. Jamie has a passion for creating Stereoscopic 3D content and served as Producer and Camera Operator on "Turn & Burn" for 3NET. Jamie was a 3D camera operator on the IMAX 3D documentary "Under The Electric Sky."
Jamie is an Actor and Host, performing as the Mutant Polar Bear in the feature film “UNNATURAL” starring James Remar and Sherilyn Fenn. His high energy hosting style has been showcased at ArtBattles Los Angeles, the sCare Foundation Benefits by Trancas Films and the Improvised Music and Comedy event Blouze-O-Ween Live 3D which he also Produces.
Jamie's varied artistic talents, diverse skills and passion for technology have led him to Direct and Produce cinematic VIRTUAL REALITY experiences. His new VR series "American Ghost Towns" transports audiences through the remnants of American settlements and villages that have been left behind. The series is available through the SAMSUNG MILKVR virtual reality marketplace as well as the virtual reality travel platform ASCAPE VR; app available on Google Play. Jamie is excited to be a part of the cinematic Virtual Reality movement creating high-quality Cinematic Virtual Reality Experiences that resonate with audiences across the globe on a visual and emotional level.