A household name in Singapore since her role as Tammy in Channel 5's "Growing Up", Jamie is famous for her illustrious career in radio and television, as a presenter and actress.
Jamie rose to fame in the early 2000s, when she played Tammy Tay in MediaCorp's Channel 5 series "Growing Up", one of the most popular and successful TV series of all time in Singapore, and presented "Say it With Music" on 987FM, for which she was voted "Favourite DJ" by Lime Magazine three years in a row. As a model she has been the face of countless ad campaigns on TV and in print, including McDonalds and Tangs, and has graced the cover of Her World, Teenage, Teen, FHM, 8days and New Man magazines.
Jamie became well known as a sports host after presenting ESPN's regional show "Football Crazy", and "Football Extra" reaching over 10 million viewers in Asia-Pacific, as well as hosting the World Cup 2014 highlights show and the weekly Barclays Premier League Roundup show, both on Mio TV.
She rejoined Mediacorp in 2015 and presented the evening drivetime show live on Gold 905, Singapore's most popular radio station for the 35+ age group. She also fronted SportsWorld, a nightly world sports roundup on regional news station Channel News Asia, and hosted Power Recipes 2, a food entertainment series on Okto.
Jamie quit Mediacorp in 2018 to become a full-time Social Media Consultant/Influencer, Emcee and TV/Video host, and mother to her 2 children, 8 yr old Aly and 1 yr old Luke, both of whom (together with her husband, Rupert) are regular features on her Instagram feed.
Jamie has a significant social following, with 102,500 followers on Instagram and 27,500 on Facebook.