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Jamey Stevenson a young entrepreneur and content creator starter her business ImageOutcome in 2010. Originally named "Stevenson Photography" She quickly realized that taking photographs wasn't the only thing she was good at. In 2013 she renamed the company ImageOutcome. A name that holds extreme value in the visual world. Years after creating many visuals for all genres of film and photography she realized that fitness and athletic visuals was where everything made sense.

Inspired by Nike's ability to create powerful messages of all types of people living their dreams in the world of expression she knew that, creating films like that made her heart smile. From the beginning, middle to the present, everything moved for Jamey when it should have. Now, she prefects the visual world of athletes all over the world. Join her as she unwraps the minds of your favorite athlete.



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"Why didn't I come here sooner?" — Hamlet Daily

"Fairfield is a modern day foodie's utopia. " — Village Post

"An unforgettable time that inspired a new relationship with cooking and eating. " — City Gazette

"No better way to spend a weekend than with good food and good friends. " — Hicks Globe