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Jesse James Allen (AKA as Savage Land Pictures) is a multi-media renaissance man based out of Orlando Florida. Jesse is known for completely different achievements depending on what circle you follow him in:
In photography: Jesse's photos of Exotic cars have been featured prominently in association with the Festivals of Speed. On the other side of the spectrum his images of a real life a Mirrors Edge video game character got him international attention on Flicker from the Cosplay community spawning several magazine features on hundreds of thousands of hits to his Flickr Page.
Jesse is known to the video game world as a veteran sound designer who has played a huge part in the audio experience of over 38 AAA video games created or distributed by Electronic Arts from “Madden” to “Need for Speed Underground”
There is a strong musical side of Jesse who in 1996 remixed a #1 Billboard dance hit EP for Joi Cardwell under the alias Kid Sonic. Since that time Jesse has composed a number of tunes for film, television and video games none probably better known than the lower club “Afterlife” music featured in the mega-hit video game Mass Effect 2 that has inspired countless “Wanna Dance” videos on You Tube
In the import automotive world Jesse is known as a filmmaker pioneering three American based car documentaries on the import tuning scene in the years before “The Fast and the Furious”.
Locally Jesse spends a great deal of time teaching aspiring photographers, working with other artists on co-ops and giving guest lectures on sound design at collages and game conventions.
Looking for some creative ideas in 2014? Me too! In that search I compiled a lecture I did in Orlando about creative vision in photography, a walk-through of how a group of friends and I brought the "Mirrors Edge" Video game to life and a ton of inspirational links to creative talks and photographers...let this be a big grab bag of inspiration!
The full story with the lecture, how to video and creative resource links:…Continue
2013 was a fantastic year for photography, so many diverse projects and wonderful opportunities for me.
I had a lot of fun working with medium format film seriously for the first time as well learning a whole lot more about creative lighting.
Here are my absolute favorite photos from the year and a little back-story for each.…