Jaimie is violinist and a professional music composer for film, TV and games. She was born and raised in the Philippines, and is now currently based at Los Angeles, California. She went through the film scoring summer program at New York University in 2017 with a full scholarship from the SOREL organization. Eager to learn about the art more, she fully pursued it through the Master of Music in Screen Scoring program at the University of Southern California, which was ranked as one of the top film scoring schools according to The Hollywood Reporter. She was trained under notable composers such as Oscar-nominated composer Bruce Broughton, Garry Schyman (Bioshock, Dante's Inferno), Golden Globe-nominated Christopher Young, Patrick Kirst (Netflix's The Kissing Booth), Emmy-nominated Lawrence Shragge and J. Eric Schmidt (The Grinch, Silverster & Tweety Mysteries, Tom and Jerry). Prior to pursuing music, she worked in IBM Philippines as an Information Technology specialist and has gotten a patent for a hit song generator their team developed from IBM Japan and Singapore. One of her achievements include being nominated for the Hollywood and Music Media Awards under the Contemporary Classical category. She was also featured in major publications in the Philippines such as Inquirer.net and When In Manila. In her spare time, she loves to study Japanese 日本語, watch TED talks and films, read a good book, dye her hair and eat Korean/Japanese food.