Location Library Photos now Public

Hello Friends, Colleagues, and future Visitors –

After many years and miles of location-scouting Nebraska, I am sharing my Locations Library.

NebraskaOnLocation.com is for Inspiration, Education, and Collaboration. Visit. Do get inspired, explore, engage, opine — and ask questions. Expand on your original vision, consider multiple options, view with a wider lens. Ask more questions.

Of course, the larger hope here is for NebraskaOnLocation to serve as a long-overdue marketing space for the State being a viable filming Location. Pictures, as they say, are worth a thousand… well, you know.

NebraskaOnLocation.com IS a photo folders and galleries based platform. It ISN’T a traditional website. A simple hint; when in doubt, tap or click on any photo and / or scroll. To get back or escape, go back or escape or open a new page.

I recommend starting at Welcome to Nebraska and the Welcome Messages. There are suggestions about search, navigation, and collaboration. Or jump in anywhere. Tap and scroll. Visit random folders. Get lost. I find locations like that all the time.

If you’re new to this type of platform, here are a few quick navigation hints.

  • Click or tap any Folder.
  • Click or tap again on any Gallery.
  • In a Gallery, click or tap on a photo to enlarge.
  • Arrow or swipe to scroll gallery.
  • Esc to see full Gallery again.
  • Consider a new window for NebraskaOnLocation or Home or Back or tap the Tiny House in the upper left corner.

Select Folders are Regions which are from my Nebraska State Map (Map button at top of site).

The star here is NEBRASKA Big Picture a.k.a Categories. A great place to “get lost.”

Second to the fun ride of Categories and worth exploring, is the folder named Small Towns in Nebraska. No, all of them aren’t here but you’ll get the general idea. Sorry to any missed. It might be as simple as I haven’t got to your photos – yet.

Anywho, there it is. It’s a start. Please know it is a constant work-in-progress. Just entering keywords and meta data to help with search is arduous and ongoing. Let me know what you think. Be kind. Have fun. Stay safe.

– Jamie

All photos are copyrighted and protected. IF you choose to share, do so via Folder or Gallery link. IF you choose to grab screen shots, please do so thoughtfully.

If your project is green-lit and fast-tracked—reach out ASAP for fast answers via my contact info. or this form. 

Client and work project folders are always sent privately. Your project is embraced with discretion—until after airing.

Location Scouting is a professional process which happens long before any filming begins. It is mostly an unnoticed craft and hardly ever credited. If you are unaware of this key position in motion pictures; please read my blog post about LOCATION SCOUTING Definitions, Process, Collaboration, Respect. Warning: it is my POV. It isn’t personal, it’s just business.

This site and NebraskaOnLocation.com created, designed, and maintained by Jamie Vesay, a thirty-years experienced professional Filmworker. He is a Location Scout / Manager, Producer, Fixer for commercial motion pictures. He has worked on almost every genre / format / category of motion pictures and in virtually every position in filmmaking, including Special FX Coordinator, Art Dept., and on-camera Talent. Here is his Resume.

Visit NebraskaLocation.com for more intel and education. Follow on IG @NebraskaLocation or FB.

Thank you.

Nebraska Real Estate License

Hello friends, followers, and colleagues. This is a metaphorical photo to tell you about my next road to scout…  After months of education and information gathering (like pre-pro) the State of Nebraska has issued a real estate license—to me.

Yes, really. I’ll be associated with the brokerage Nebraska Realty.    I worked within the business of motion pictures for thirty years. Firstly as a Special Effects Tech, then as various Production titles, and most recently as a Location Scout and Manager. I searched and showed potential shooting locations to movie Directors, Filmmakers, and Photographers. My goal was to help them realize their creative vision. Now I’ll be working for sellers and buyers, helping them to realize theirs…

I will do location-scouting / manager jobs while transitioning however it is a big change… I’m calling it a parallel gig but the goal is to arrive on a more solid career path. No regrets from the many gigs of film, TV, and commercial production. Since all of us filmies are life addicts for the biz, I’ll always be one. Cinemalumni.
 

You can follow me on InstagramTwitter, and/or LinkedIn but as always, zero pressure. Truly.

Thank you for the love, support, encouragement, and followship.

Stay safe. 

Jamie 

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