Thank you for stopping by, being referred, or however you stumbled upon me. My name is Jamie. Yours?
My main work-life gig is collaborating with Filmmakers, Photographers, and Creatives on movies, commercial advertising campaigns, and a bunch of other visual projects. I am a Location Scout, Manager, Producer, and even some times called a Fixer. I help to get visions realized. I am a minutiae wrangler and chaos killer. I am your partner – through creative, production, and beyond.
Large-scale productions are in my wheelhouse.
From locations to logistics to budget, I am an experienced production asset. Via a professional process, I digest the creative, absorb the practical logistics required, and prefer to preliminarily scout locations, do casting, chart travel times, note the amenities, make maps, hire the crew, get the paper cuts, create a logical schedule, and lead the shoot to a smooth success.
Thanks again for the visit.
Be kind. Have fun. Stay safe.
I am a Collaborator to filmmakers, photographers, and creatives within commercial advertising campaigns and budgeted creative projects.
A first step is to invite me into the project. What do you want to achieve… What is your vision?
I am a partner through creative, production, and beyond.
Scout I Manage I Produce.
Jamie Vesay’s resume / CV
Yes, some times I get to do cool things. Scouting a wind farm was part of a recent project and – let’s just say, these babies are even cooler up close. I have scouted turbines in the past (from a distance) and they were mesmerizing then, but when you get to be so close and go inside and be on top of one, your appreciation and respect for the scale of them goes to a new level. The latter wasn’t on my bucket list but I summarily added it, and then crossed it off.The engineering and design (inside) is incredible. And yes, the view from the top was crazy. It was a clear sky this day and I could see for about fifty miles in every direction. Safety first, as you can see, climbing helmet, ample harness, and eye gear are all in play.
Love when the light pierces the turbine and blade shadows happen.
Later in the day and the light was – amazing. There was plenty of gawking.
If you’d like to learn more about shooting around a wind farm and about a large array in Nebraska, visit my Locations site at NebraskaLocation.com