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Jamie Bullock

Musician and composer, Jamie Bullock, grew up surrounded by a musical family and has been playing the piano since the age of 7. He was classically trained for a brief period and soon moved to playing commercial jazz standards alongside his father. At age 16, Jamie taught himself the acoustic and electric guitar and delved into the world of rock and pop. While studying music at Virginia Tech University, he was accepted into the Virginia Tech Jazz Orchestra as lead pianist. Jamie studied jazz improvisation, technique, and scoring. During this period, he was fortunate to receive professional training under mentor, Chip McNeil, jazz director, Grammy Winner, 1st tenor sax, and lead arranger for Arturo Sandoval and Maynard Ferguson. In 2001, Jamie formed rock band, “Jivestone” in Northern Virginia and resided as keyboardist, singer, and songwriter, recording two albums and playing various clubs in the Tri-State area. Relocating to Southern California, Jamie has been consistently busy, collaborating with many artists and providing additional music and arrangements on numerous recordings. In 2005 he joined recording artists, “International Farmers”, playing keyboards, and led the band to win Reggae Artist of the Year at the Los Angeles Music Awards, the South Bay Music Awards, and the Hollywood Music in Media Awards. ​ He has also acted in, co-wrote, and produced TV pilots, “Road to Rhythm” and “Transplants”, nominated in the New York Television Film Festival

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Christopher Carmichael - Film Composer ”Jamie is an accomplished arranger with a keen dramatic sensibility and is a definite asset to any project he's involved in.”

Duane Sempson - Director of Post Production - The Enthusiast Network ”I've hired Jamie for numerous jobs at the studio. He continues to impress me with his ability to turn around amazing work in whatever the timeline. He's fun, positive and really brings our projects to life.”

TobiasMehler - Creative Director - Left Field Labs ”After successfully working with Jamie on multiple projects, I’m looking forward to the next time

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