“Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.”

Suddenly on Thursday 13th October 2022 at his home, Jamie aged 55 years of Knebworth and formerly of Stoke on Trent, the dearly loved and loving son of Wyn and the late Dobbo, a much loved dad of Tyler, a dearly loved and treasured brother of Christopher, Martin and Joanne. A much loved nephew of Kathleen, Stuart and the late Muriel. Also a treasured uncle to his nieces and nephews. Jamie will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by all his loving family and many friends.
Funeral service and cremation to take place at Bradwell Crematorium on Friday 18th November 2022 at 12.40pm. Will relatives please accept this intimation and would friends wishing to attend kindly meet at the crematorium.
All floral tributes and enquiries to Kevin Lownds Family Funeral Services Kevin Lownds Family Funeral Services 01782 914777


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Date Passed: 13th October 2022

Funeral Date:  18th November 2022

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  1. Jamie and I shared similar career trajectory – ship’s photographers with the Cruiseship Picture Company, then staff writers at Amateur Photographer magazine. But it wasn’t until Jamie joined me at What Digital Camera as Technical Editor that we got to work together. Jamie was a hard-working and talented writer but his considerable talents as a photographer did not become fully apparent to me until he left to go freelance. In my 18 years as an Editor at Europe’s biggest magazine publisher the only time I ever won the coveted Cover of the Month competition was when, in 2014, we ran one of Jamie’s superb photos on the cover of AP. It’s still one of my favourite covers to this day.
    Although we met up a few times in Southend, in recent years most of our interactions were on Facebook, where his sharp intellect and disarming wit made him one of the most entertaining and engaging friends in my feed, and I enjoyed debating everything from music to politics. I’m so glad that I got to enjoy a beer with him at The Photography Show, just weeks before he passed, but I’m gutted that it was our last, and equally gutted that I can’t be here today to say goodbye to a great friend in person. Rest in peace, Jamie, and say hi to Elvis.

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