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My Sports Photography Experience

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My photography career began at the Penobscot Times and with the University of Maine in 1989. By 1992 I was UMaine’s only full-time photographer, handling campus-wide news and events as well as the University’s extensive athletics department, winning 27 Maine Press Association Awards for photographic journalism along the way.

My love of sports photography expanded. I began to branch out into youth sports as well as collegiate athletics in addition to UMaine. This work took me throughout the Northeast, working with numerous colleges, taking individual and team photos, as well capturing actions shots for regular season and championship play.

As a professional Photographer, I’ve worked on assignment for Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for Kids, The NCAA, Hockey East, America East, The Boston Globe and the Associated Press. I’ve photographed over 7 NCAA division I championship events and numerous other NCAA playoff and regular season games. Bringing my professional experience to your teams games, allows me to offer the best high-end sports action photography available in New England. As you can see, I do this full time, year round. This isn’t a hobby for me.

Currently I do freelance photography work for the University of Maine and I’m the sports photographer for Husson University. I provide Husson with action photos, as well as team photos and athlete head shots, all types of which are used on the Husson University website and in University promotional materials.

Monty Rand photography also provides photography services for the Senior Little League World Series held here in Bangor in 2004. During this exciting opportunity our business provided team photos, player photos and game action photos. Our operation was digitized with 6 computer stations for players, coaches and parents to immediately view, select and purchase those one-of-a-kind-World-Series moments.