Jamey is originally from Clearwater, Florida where he attended Northside Christian School in St. Petersburg. He completed his undergraduate work at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Music, specializing in voice and piano. Jamey continued his studies at New York University and received a Master’s degree in Music Technology.
Jamey began singing at a very young age as a member of the prestigious Florida Boychoir where he learned music theory and discovered his talent for music. While in the Boychoir, Jamey had the opportunity of performing with the first national touring company of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat as well as performing under the direction of Sir David Willcocks. He attributes all his musical successes to his experience with the Florida Boychoir and specifically to its director and founder, Brian Collar.
Jamey currently serves as a professor of music at Rollins College. He oversees the Music Technology area, teaches Theory and Keyboard courses and directs the Vocal Jazz ensemble, Rollins Singers. Jamey has also musically directed about a dozen Musical Theatre/Operetta productions at Rollins.
As a performer, Jamey has worked with artists such as the London Symphony Orchestra, Disney’s Voices of Liberty, the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Marvin Hamlisch, Marc Shaiman as well as many other Broadway composers, directors and performers.
Jamey is a well-known choral arranger and composer. His choral pieces have been featured as top sellers on JW Pepper, used in multiple All-State festivals, and can be heard in Walt Disney World’s EPCOT Center performed daily by the Voices of Liberty where he is also a group member.
Jamey's contemporary arrangements have been performed by members of Pentatonix, Avalon, cast members on 30 Rock and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, American Idol alums including Todrick Hall and Diana Degarmo, and hundreds of Broadway performers.
Jamey currently serves as a choral and instrumental clinician for Universal Studios and the Walt Disney Company as well as multiple state festivals.
Jamey has produced hundreds of recordings and around 25 full albums for multiple Broadway and Disney performers as well as groups like the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park and the Liberty Voices.
Jamey created Voctave at the end of 2015 and serves as the producer and arranger for the group.