Joshua Jamieson


Joshua Jamieson is a communications, media relations, and marketing professional. He has previously served in similar positions for the Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador and Government House, ArtsNL, and Choices for Youth. He is a published author with The Teenage Years... Mapped (Breakwater Books) and again with Queer Monologues (Breakwater Books). Joshua is the editor of multiple internationally bestselling memoirs, a former newspaper editor (Current), broadcaster (CBC, HitsFM, and Radio Newfoundland), and guest columnist (The Telegram).

Joshua established his own production company, m0xY Productions. He has produced, written, and directed two short films and a feature length documentary called Just Himself: the Story of Don Jamieson. His short film Waiting Outside... which was screened at multiple international film festivals including the Cannes Short Film Corner, the Scottish Independent Film Festival, and FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival. It was awarded Best Short Film at the Smith Sound Film Festival and was picked up for broadcast by CBC GEM.

Joshua has a strong desire to give back, as evidenced by the Jamieson Family Memorial Scholarship Fund. The fund will eventually award scholarships to students enrolled in Communications, Political Science, or Journalism studies. Joshua holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science, a Certificate in Public Administrative Discipline, a Diploma in Performance and Communications Media, Certificates in Social Media Marketing and Digital Online Strategies, and Immigration Policies. Joshua enjoys music, reading, gardening, and building LEGO. He lives in St. John’s, NL with his partner and two rescue beagles, Max and Missy.