About Jess R. Lee, Artist
Why Jess Lee Photos is Your Best Source for Luxury Fine Art Photography
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Exquisite Attention to Detail
The quality of work produced by Jess Lee in his work is nothing short of breathtaking. Each shot is composed with meticulous attention to detail, from the framing and focus to the lighting and subject matter. This ensures that each piece serves as a stunning testament to the beauty and complexity of its subject.
Exceptional Subject Matter
Jess Lee doesn't just capture images; his work tells stories. Whether it’s ethereal landscapes, candid wildlife portraits, or abstract art, the subject matter is always thoughtfully chosen and masterfully executed. This allows for a multi-dimensional experience, inviting viewers to dive deep into the worlds captured within the frames.
One of the hallmarks of luxury is the quality of materials used, and Jess Lee Photos is no exception. Each photograph is printed on high-quality, archival-grade paper that ensures longevity and preservation of the image's original splendor. The frames used are also of the finest quality, making sure that the art not only stands out but also stands the test of time.
Limited Edition Prints
To add an extra layer of exclusivity, Jess Lee Photos offers limited edition prints. This ensures that you're not just buying a photograph, but a piece of art that is unique and rare. Owning a limited edition print elevates the sense of luxury and makes the investment even more valuable.
Professionalism and Customer Service
Last but not least, the level of professionalism and customer service at Jess Lee Photos is unparalleled. From the moment you show interest to the time your art piece is delivered, you’re treated with the utmost respect and care. Customization options are available to meet your specific needs, and experts are always on hand to offer advice and insights.
Jess Lee doesn't just sell photographs; he offers an experience in luxury fine art that is rich, fulfilling, and unique. From the quality of the pieces to the exceptional customer service, it's evident that this brand is committed to offering nothing but the best. For those looking to make a worthwhile investment in fine art photography, Jess Lee Photos is, without a doubt, the best source available.
Let's see, oh yes, once upon a time I had a Brownie Box camera.... I bet you can fill in the rest.
The point is, that I love creating great images for others to enjoy and I have been doing it for a very long time.
In my career I have been a contributor to many publications including masterful cover works published by National Geographic (the big yellow magazine) National Geographic Books, National Wild Life, Defenders of Wildlife, Paris Match, Geo, Sports Afield, Outdoor Life, Field and Stream and many more. Notable article inclusion in many National Geographic publications, Sierra, Smithsonian, Audubon, and many more, Jess is now offering his unparalleled finely crafted photography as museum quality large format wall art.
During over four decades of experience as a fine art and editorial nature professional photographer, I have been blessed with the great acceptance of my view of our world by many clients from large corporate collections to the halls of Congress. One of my proudest accomplishments is to have my art hanging in one of the largest and most prestigious Veterans hospitals in the United States and as the project director said "your art adds beauty to the lives of the veterans of our country who have given so much to all of us to keep us safe." My work has been presented to members of the US Senate by conservation organizations as a reminder of the great responsibility they have to preserve the beauty of our great land. I have supplied large corporate art displays including over one thousand of my prints. My work has been displayed at prestigious venues including the Annenburg Center for Photography. My exclusive limited edition fine art prints are held by private collectors worldwide.
A credits few other photographic article photographs include Audubon, Defenders, Field & Stream, Geo, Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, National Geographic World, National Wildlife, National Parks, U.S. National Park Service, Nature Conservancy, NRDC, Outdoor Life, San Francisco Examiner, Scientific American, Sierra, Sports Afield, Der Stern, Trout, Woman's World, Wyoming Wildlife. Author/Photographer: Fly Fisherman, Das Stern, Rod & Reel, Das Tier, Trout, Western Outdoors. Books: American Geographic, Houghton Mifflin, National Geographic, Time-Life, Riverbend. Calendars: Day Dream, National Wildlife, World Wildlife Fund. Advertising/Corporate: ATT, Autolite, Orvis, USWest. Calendars: Day Dream, National Wildlife, World Wildlife Fund. Emmy winning TV Series, Americas National Parks by Ken Burns.
In the advertising world, my work has been used in many local and worldwide campaigns, with one of my images being used in an advertisement three stories high on the Bank of the West corporate headquarters on the San Francisco skyline.
International photography workshop leader, and gallery owner with Fine Art Prints represented in galleries throughout the West.
Today we are very lucky to have great tools at hand to create images that were impossible just a few years ago. This allows me to create genuine, very large, high resolution images, taken in the light created by our solar system rather than on a computer. Beyond the technology is the skill to capture wondrous visions at moments in time that make the images come alive to the viewer. This is done with well thought out composition, understanding of the importance of studying details, and the patience to find the perfect light. The result is the finest print available to enhance your space, bring you joy, and allow you to mentally drift into the essence of the print as do hundreds of other collectors worldwide.
For me the wonder of wild places and wild things has always been captivating; something to be held sacred, revered and held in trust for future generations. This has always been one of the prime motivators in my drive to capture the wild world. Without a commitment to conserving what we have been gifted with on this planet, we only create another pretty picture. Without the goal of preserving what we have, we can only record what was.
My goal is not only to preserve what we have for the future, but to restore what has been abused and misused in the past. One of the great under appreciated responsibilities we have is to preserve the culture of the peoples we call Native Americans, who came to North America before the European settlers and the traditional western ranching lifestyles.
I have worked for decades to advance these goals. Working on many conservation projects from water and stream conservation awareness as a chapter president of Trout Unlimited in the early 1970's, to the current battle to not allow wolves and other predators to be removed from our ecosystems and lives. In the years between, I have contributed my photography to many campaigns of restoration and preservation. My work has been used to help bring creatures such as the Grizzly Bear, Bald Eagle and Wolf back from the edge of extinction in our nation.
Today we are still faced with many conservation challenges. Possibly more than ever before as our culture sinks into only being concerned with" now" forgetting what we do now will forever alter the future.
Advice for Nature Photographers
As I lead my workshops I am often asked," how do I break into the world of nature photography?"
My reply is: " find some place or something near your home that you feel is worthy of saving. Capture its spirit with your images. Show why it has value to be saved for the future. Photograph it in ways to bring it to life, show the wonder of it's being and do it so well no one will even try to do it better."
Beyond the goal for recognition, you should find ways to use your photography talents to help the conservation organizations of your choice. As an example, today in addition to financial contributions, I donate fine art images to several conservation organizations as fund raisers. I have lead a photography workshop for the Yellowstone Association with the proceeds going to advance projects within Yellowstone National Park. I have for many years donated a seat in one of my workshops to be given as the Grand Prize in the Defenders of Wildlife photo contest.
"If through your photography you can even in a small way help preserve or restore just one place or one thing, you will be a successful nature photographer." Jess Lee