| Lee Jamieson|
| De Montfort University|
| 14 December 1977 (age 38)
Bedford, Bedfordshire (1977-12-14) |
Author, journalist, lecturer
Lee Jamieson Wikipedia
Lee Jamieson (born 14 December 1977) is an English author, journalist and lecturer.
Jamieson graduated with a first-class BA honours degree from DeMontfort University and an MA with distinction from University of Warwick. Jamieson wrote his MA thesis on Antonin Artaud, his favorite theatre practitioner.
After a period of developing and implementing community arts workshops, he took a lecturing post at Stratford-upon-Avon College and qualified as a lecturer from University of Warwick. As a theatre writer, he has written books about the playwrights Antonin Artaud and Harold Pinter and is the journalist responsible for the Shakespeare pages of About.com. Prior to his writing Lee was the singer in late 90s Bedford Art Rock band Absolon.
As a journalist, his subjects include business and travel.
Jamieson married Vicki Jamieson in Stratford-upon-Avon in 2004. Following a year living and working in Larnaca, Cyprus Lee and Vicki returned to Stratford for the birth of their first child, Elliott, in 2009.