Jameson has been a journalist, an editor, a marketer, and a content strategist. His favorite thing to do while working on a big content project is to get into the flow state where the task is challenging but the way to get it done is clear. He gets there with the help of some morning yoga, good tunes, and at least two cups of coffee.
The majority of Jameson’s 20-year career has focused on creating health care content. He’s done work for clients such as Anthem, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Shriners Hospitals for Children, and worked in-house at Amwell, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and RecoveryOne.
His favorite part of the creative process is seeing large-scale projects come together. There’s a lyric in the Fleet Foxes song "Helplessness Blues" that gets at it: “And now after some thinking, I'd say I'd rather be a functioning cog in some great machinery serving something beyond me…”
He loves to listen to live music, hike, snowboard, boulder, and cook with his fam (preferably outdoors).
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