Jamieson Shaw

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Born (1988-05-05) May 5, 1988 (age 36)
Gosford, NSW, Australia
OccupationMusic Producer, Music Editor, Composer, Remixer
Notable work
Elvis (soundtrack)

Jamieson Shaw is an Australian music producer, music editor, composer, and remixer. He has worked on music for numerous films, television shows, stage productions, and advertising campaigns, as well as producing for top musical artists.[1][2][3]

Shaw is nominated for a Grammy[4] award as well as an MPSE Golden Reel Award [5]for his work on Baz Lurhmann's Elvis. He won two MPSE Golden Reel Awards in 2016 and 2017[6] for his work on The Get Down[7], among other accolades.


After studying classical clarinet as a child, Shaw began his musical career as a teenager, writing songs and playing bass in touring rock bands (notably Kira Puru & The Bruise[8]). Recording his own musical projects led to work at commercial recording studios around Sydney, including BJB and Studios 301|Studio 301, where he was mentored by producer and mixer Eric J.

In 2013, he joined the team at Turning Studios,[9] led by composer Elliott Wheeler. Shaw assisted Wheeler on projects such as Baz Luhrmann's film The Great Gatsby (2013 film), stage show Strictly Ballroom (The Musical), and countless advertising campaigns, as well as working as a music editor on the temp score for Mad Max: Fury Road.

In 2015, Shaw began work as Supervising Music Editor on The Get Down in New York[1]. He also produced several songs for the soundtrack including the Nas and Michael Kiwanuka collaboration 'Black Man In A White World (Ghetto Gettysburg Address)'. For his work on The Get Down, Shaw was awarded two MPSE Golden Reel Awards for Excellence in Music Editing, in 2016 and 2017.[6] In 2018, he produced and co-wrote three songs for Mo'Ju's acclaimed album Native Tongue.

From 2018 to 2022, Shaw worked as Music Producer and Supervising Music Editor on Baz Lurhmann's Elvis[3][2] [10]. He created several remixes and mashups for the soundtrack using archival Elvis Presley recordings[2] (often combining multiple songs to create a new track). These include; Crawfever, Summer Kisses / In My Body, In The Ghetto (World Turns Remix), I'm Coming Home (Film Mix), and the Elvis Presley and Britney Spears mashup Toxic Las Vegas (Jamieson Shaw Remix)[11].[12] He also co-produced several new recordings for the film, including Stevie Nicks and Chris Isaak's Cotton Candy Land, Denzel Curry's Let It All Hang Out, and Austin Butler's Baby Let's Play House.[13] In 2023, Shaw was nominated for a Grammy Award[4] for his work as a producer on the film's soundtrack album, as well as an MPSE Golden Reel Award for Excellence in Music Editing.[14]

Shaw's other film credits include composing the original score for Garrett Bradley (filmmaker)|Garrett Bradley's Oscar-nominated documentary feature, Time (2020), and working as a music editor on the musical film Spirited (2022).

Awards and Nominations

Grammy Awards, USA
Year Award Result
2023 Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media (Elvis)[4] Nominee
Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA
Year Award Result
2016 Best Sound Editing - Long Form Music in Television (The Get Down) Nominee
2016 Best Sound Editing - Short Form Musical in Television (The Get Down)[15] Winner
2017 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Music Score and Musical for

Episodic Short Form Broadcast Media (The Get Down)

2017 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Music Score and Musical for

Episodic Long Form Broadcast Media (The Get Down)[16]

2023 Outstanding Achievement in Music Editing - Feature Motion Picture (Elvis)[6] Nominee
Cinema Eye Honors Awards, USA
Year Award Result
2021 Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Score (Time)[17] Nominee


  1. 1.0 1.1 Leeson, Josh (2016-04-15). "Love of music pays off big time | video". Newcastle Herald. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "How do you make Elvis sound fresh?". ABC Newcastle. 2022-07-03. Retrieved 2023-01-16.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Leeson, Josh (2022-07-08). "Newcastle producer shakes up Elvis classics for Luhrmann film". Newcastle Herald. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Grein, Paul; Grein, Paul (2022-12-30). "Here Are the 2023 Grammy Nominees for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media". Billboard. Retrieved 2023-01-16.
  5. Hipes, Patrick; Hipes, Patrick (2023-01-09). "Motion Picture Sound Editors Reveal 70th MPSE Golden Reel Nominations". Deadline. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Calvario, Liz; Calvario, Liz (2017-02-20). "Motion Pictures Sound Editors' Golden Reel Awards: 'Hacksaw Ridge,' 'Westworld' Among Winners – Full List". Deadline. Retrieved 2023-01-16.
  7. "Shaw makes final cut". Newcastle Herald. 2017-02-22. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  8. Rockman, Lisa (2011-12-29). "The soul diva from Cardiff". Newcastle Herald. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  9. "Turning Studios". Turning Studios. Retrieved 2023-01-16.
  10. "Sound for Elvis". AudioTechnology. 2022-07-21. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  11. Major, Michael. "'Toxic Las Vegas' (Jamieson Shaw Remix) Mash-up of Elvis Presley's 'Viva Las Vegas' & Britney Spears 'Toxic' Released on Streaming Platforms". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  12. McIntyre, Hugh (2023-01-20). "Britney Spears And Elvis Now Have A Billboard Charting Hit Together". Forbes. Retrieved 2023-01-20.
  13. Willman, Chris; Willman, Chris (2022-06-18). "The Music of 'Elvis': A Complete Guide to Who Sings What on Soundtrack, From Jack White to Jazmine Sullivan to Stevie Nicks". Variety. Retrieved 2023-01-16.
  14. Tangcay, Jazz; Tangcay, Jazz (2023-01-09). "'Everything Everywhere All At Once' Leads Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards Nominations". Variety. Retrieved 2023-01-16.
  15. Skweres, Mary Ann (2017-02-21). "Golden Reel Awards: Hacksaw Ridge Wins Two Top Feature Film Honors". Below the Line. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  16. Calvario, Liz; Calvario, Liz (2017-02-20). "Motion Pictures Sound Editors' Golden Reel Awards: 'Hacksaw Ridge,' 'Westworld' Among Winners – Full List". Deadline. Retrieved 2023-01-23.
  17. Thompson, Anne; Thompson, Anne (2020-12-10). "'Time' Leads Influential Cinema Eye Honors Documentary Nominations". IndieWire. Retrieved 2023-01-23.

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