WRITER, FILMMAKER AND PHOTOGRAPHER
Meet Jamie McDonald
Jamie McDonald is an award-winning, writer, filmmaker and photographer speciallizing in non-fiction content and nature footage. His work has been seen on CBS, Fox News, PBS among other networks. He is the author of three books and He the creator and host of the Emmy Award-winning television series New York Originals, which has aired on more than 40 PBS stations across the country. He is a former producer and has worked at Fox News and CBS. He began his television career as a CBS page on Late Show with David Letterman. Jamie is the author of three books, “The Proper Bostonian’s Guide to the Freedom Trail,” “New York Originals; A Guide to the City’s Classic Shops & Mom and Pops” and “No Access New York. In 2010 he won an Emmy for Outstanding Business/Consumer Program. He is also the director of the 2006 documentary, “Pulp Fiction Art: Cheap Thrills and Painted Nightmares” which won “Best Documentary” at the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival. Jamie grew up in Indiana, but has lived in New York City for more than twenty years. He is a graduate of Boston University and New York University.