"A Lifetime of Sports Photography"
by Damian Strohmeyer-MA
Sponsored by Canon
Monday, October 26, 7:30 PM

Our last presentation of the month comes to us from a Boston based professional sports photographer Damian Strohmeyer. From the frozen tundra of Green Bay’s Lambeau Field to the Big House at the University of Michigan, from Fenway Park to Yankee Stadium, from sweaty gyms to freezing sidelines, Damian will share photos that have captivated sports fans the world over. Damian’s program will help you fine tune the process of capturing action photos with technical tips and practical advice about covering fast moving events. This entertaining program will bring out the sports photographer in all of us and applies to professionals and advanced amateurs as well as students and sports fans.

Our speaker Damian Strohmeyer has been photographing people and sports for more than two decades, working with Sports Illustrated Magazine for over twenty years. He has covered the World Series, the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Four, the NBA Finals, the World Cup, the Stanley Cup, the Indianapolis 500, several Olympics and 28 Super Bowls. His work has been featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated 70 times. His client list includes corporate clients like Nike, Sylvania, The Animal Planet, Best Buy, Canon, Suffolk University, and Boston University. In addition to Sports Illustrated his editorial clients range from Bloomberg Business Week and The Wall Street Journal to Web MD and The Washington Post. His assignment work has taken him to every state in the United States. Damian has been honored by the National Press Photographers Association in their annual Pictures of the Year awards numerous times, and he was awarded the Region 9 Photographer of the Year by the National Press Photographer’s Association for his work. The Pro Football Hall of Fame has also awarded his work and exhibits it at their facility in Canton, Ohio.

This program is sponsored by Canon and we would like to thank them for their continued support of the New England Photographic community. To see more of Damian’s work please visit his web site at www.damianstrohmeyer.com