Media & Mentions

September 2019 I traveled to Los Angeles and spoke at The Nebraska Coast Connection‘s Hollywood Salon.A great group of people working in the industry with a connection to Nebraska, who were genuinely interested in the craft and art of Location Scouting. Smart, engaging questions were asked by them. Respect and gratitude shown to me. Thank you, all. If you are a Nebraska native or have a connection and living in LA or are moving there – connect with this networking group.

November 2018  I returned to LIVES Radio Show with Stuart Chittenden to talk location scouting, the craft and process, filmmaking, Nebraska, and life.  Available via download or listen via iTunes too.

 

 

 

 

 

March 2018  A tasty podcast via The Old Bastard Martini Lunch Show. Listen to both episodes. Peter Morris and I talk #locationscouting #artdirection #process #commercials #movies and more. He does what many have wanted to do… he calls me an asshole – and it’s awesome. Best enjoyed with a martini (of course) or your favorite beverage.

What does a producer do? Jamie gives us his story.

Jamie is an asshole. But that’s a good thing.

November 2017 Podcast on LIVES Radio Show with Stuart Chittenden 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Omaha HOME Magazine October 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Lincoln Journal Star September 2017 Lancaster County prairie shown in new commercial  “Jamie Vesay, who works with companies wanting to film in the state, got permission to close a section of Bennet Road in rural Lancaster County, just south of Spring Creek Prairie, for part of a day this summer, so a crew could film the landscape.”

 

Creme de la Creme Cooking Class as a LOCATION Oct 2016

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Omaha Magazine Fall 2016

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Omaha World Herald April 2016 

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Omaha Public Power District partners with Downsizing movie April 2016

 

 

 

 

My PHOTO BOOK. Creating Scenic Overlooks in New Mexico.  October 2014