When you need sports photography of athletes, turn to Pulitzer Prize-winning sports action photographer Brian Smith. His iconic photographs of athletes including Dwyane Wade, Shaquille O’Neal, sports figures Don King and Drew Rosenhaus have appeared in ESPN the Magazine and on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
As a Pulitzer Prize-winning sports photographer, Brian Smith has captured action portraits of athletes for magazines including Sports Illustrated and ESPN the Magazine Heâ€™s photographed a wide range of athletes including tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Monica Seles. Heâ€™s been court side to photograph championships by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan and photographed iconic portraits of All-Stars Dwayne Wade, Shaquille Oâ€™Neal. His portraits capture the personality of golf legends Jack Nichlaus, Gary Player, Greg Norman, Sergio Garcia and even the late-great Gene Sarazen. Smith was on the the sidelines for the glory years of Miami Hurricanes football and he photographed portraits of rising stars like Ed Reed and Phillip Buchanon.
Brian Smith’s first magazine photograph appeared in LIFE Magazine when Smith was a 20-year-old student at the University of Missouri. Five years later, Smith won the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for his photographs of the Los Angeles Olympic Games. His iconic photograph of Greg Louganis hitting his head on the diving board at the Seoul Olympics won first place in both World Press Photo and the Pictures of the Year competition and was selected as one of the ‘Greatest Sports Photographs of the 20th Century’ by Photo District News magazine.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith is the luckiest guy on the planet. He’s told Bill Gates exactly what to do for an entire hour, appeared on The X Factor, exhibited at the Library of Congress, dined with the President and 3,000 of their closest friends, written an Amazon Best Seller, shared cupcakes with Anne Hathaway and gotten drunk with George Clooney. Isn’t it about time he does something to help your out on your next photography project?