Jamie Jenkins

He began his professional dance training at Stella Mann College before developing his contemporary dance technique at the London Contemporary Dance School. He later gained a PGCE qualification at Aberystwyth University. Whilst still undertaking training, Jamie embarked on his professional performing career, subsequently going on to perform with professional companies, touring the UK and internationally.

He has a number of professional performing credits under his belt, in television, musical theatre, and contemporary dance. Jamie continued developing his career in the dance sector as a Dance Practitioner and Project Manager within learning and participation and dance education. Jamie is the Dance Producer for National Youth Arts Wales (NYAW). In this role, he designs and manages programmes for talented young artists from across the country to develop their technique and performance skills whilst working with some of the most thought-after choreographers, including Kerry Nicholas, Theo Clinkyard, Caroline Finn, Lea Anderson MBE and Sir Wayne MacGregor.

Jamie is able to share his passion for dance whilst working as an authoritative advocate for dance activities accessible to all sectors of the community. Jamie is the curriculum leader for creative industries at Coleg Cambria in North Wales, effectively guiding curriculum management. Furthermore, his influence extends as a Dance Facilitator for the Arts Council of Wales, a board member of the National Education Network for Wales, and a dance advisor for various esteemed organisations, including The International Eisteddfod.