My Personal Photos now on the Market

Hello Friends,

After years of roaming the United States, snapping and sharing tons of images, I have established a humble photo market online. It is via my personal SmugMug site JamieVesayImages. Many of the shots are from long days of location scouting in Nebraska and other states.

A special note to Art Dept. / Set Dec / Production Designer / Propmaster peeps. This is a cool spot to buy prints for the show you’re working on. Framed prints AND smaller fun props too – like fridge magnets, coasters, keychains, and a puzzle.  Ability to clear images fast via production’s release and / or a button to download files w/ a license for commercial use (the latter coming soon). Another option is IF you don’t see what you need, ask. I might have options and can upload… Before you visit, know that I am not the greatest photographer on the internet and my images are not of highest resolution. Hence, while I have a few which could be purchased as large prints, most are moderate to low rez and best for smaller printing.

The site is presented in Galleries by recommended purchases. Photos in each gallery are there because of the resolution thing. Simply put, the highest rez images are in Wall Art. Buy large prints or anything else there. In contrast, all other galleries and purchasing button options; Keepsakes, Paper Prints / Smaller Stuff, iPhone photos – are medium to low rez. Don’t buy wall art from there but any from Wall Art are good to go on anything else. Do consider the fun stuff like mousepads!

I appreciate your support.  Thank you.             – Jamie

Crane Migration

Update as of 3/2022

Many of you know, beyond my personal retreat to see the cranes, I have been developing a screenplay that is set in this place during this time. Along the way, many have encouraged me to write it as a book. I am thrilled to announce as of February 2022 my book  Fauna’s Thread, is available on Amazon as Paperback and Kindle. There is great hope of making a movie or series about it one day.

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An amazing spectacle happens every spring in Nebraska. The annual migration of Sandhill cranes. They arrive from the south, traveling to their summer grounds in the north. They have done so for millions of years. Glorious low light and thousands of birds create settings a plenty for amazing photography. It is quite the sight for cold eyes.

For now, plan a visit. Just go. Read my book. Then go again. Breathe, see, listen, embrace – enjoy.

Happy Spring.

Photos and words COPYRIGHT Jamie Vesay   ANY USE requires permission.