THE BASICS

Location: Jacksonville, Florida

Alma Mater: University of Florida, c/o 2017

I've worked as a professional photographer since 2016, specializing in sports and portraiture. Previous organizations I've worked with include Florida Gators, Cleveland Guardians, Real Madrid, Heisman Trophy Trust, Atlanta Falcons, and SEC Network. 


Education

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA (2013 - 2017)

Gainesville, Fla. | B.S. in journalism | Cum Laude

Experience


FLORIDA GATORS, University Athletic Association

Associate Director of Creative Photography | Gainesville, FL

MARCH 2019 - MAY 2022

  • Trained and managed team of 20+ interns
  • Collaborated cross-functionally across departments daily
  • Lead the image archive process through Photoshelter
  • Set up & conducted promotional photoshoots
  • Photo editor for Two Bits Magazine, six consecutive issues
  • UF team photographer for high-profile events such as NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, Men's & Women's College World Series, SEC Football Championship

CLEVELAND INDIANS

Intern Photographer | Cleveland, OH 

JAN. 2018 - OCT. 2018

  • Cleveland Guardians (formerly Cleveland Indians)Intern Photographer
  • Assisted with day-to-day photo needs across all areas for marketing & advertising promotions, as well as game day action
  • Organized digital photo archive
  • Collaborated with communications team for creation of social media content

FLORIDA GATORS, University Athletic Association

Student Intern Photographer | Gainesville, FL

JAN 2016 -JULY 2017

Skills

  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Microsoft Office
  • Photo Mechanic
  • Capture One
  • Extensis Portfolio
  • Social media 
  • Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets
  • iMovie
  • Photoshelter

Download resume here.

References

Dennis Black

Senior Director of Creative Media, Florida Gators

dennisb@gators.ufl.edu

(352) 316-2123


Curtis Danburg

Senior Director of Communications, Cleveland Indians

cdanburg@indians.com

(216) 420-4390

Logan Bowles

Photographer, NFL

info@loganbowles.com

(904) 254-5844

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