Jamie began playing football at a young age, signing schoolboy forms with Motherwell FC, before moving on to Queen of the South for 3 years,then getting a move to the Scottish Premier League with Aberdeen FC.

He spent four years at Aberdeen before moving on to Livingston FC for one year and then on to Heart of Midlothian FC for two years.

After 10 successful years in Scotland - including representing Scotland at at full International level he moved south to Bristol City FC. He spent six memorable years there, winning promotion to the Championship and narrowly missing out in the Championship playoff final to Hull FC, just one game away from promotion to the Premier League.

A move to Yeovil FC then saw Jamie captain the team to Promotion to the Championship with a historic victory against Brentford in the League One playoff final at Wembley. Leaving Yeovil after two years, he then ventured to India to play in the first year of the Indian Super League where he was player coach under David James and helped the team reach the final before losing 1-0. He returned to England in January 2015 when he moved to Exeter City. He is currently the manager of the U21 team at Bristol City.

Giving Back 

Jamie is a keen fundraiser, making 'Movember' a yearly team event and often attending dinners/events contributing personal memorabilia to various charities. Jamie is excited at the prospect of giving back with the Kelly Holmes Trust and is determined to make an impact on the south west and surrounding areas.