When you need photos taken at U-M, Michigan Photography is your dream team. We’re not only located right on campus, we also know it like the backs of our hands. Good lighting? Great locations? Where to park? We’ve got it covered. And our photographers are recognized nationally for their work. View their portfolios below and you’ll understand why.
Director of Michigan PhotographyRead Roger's bioRoger joined Michigan Photography as its director in 2013 coming from the world of automotive journalism, although his heart has been in photography since getting his first camera as a high school graduation present. He's edited a daily newspaper and a weekly national automotive enthusiast magazine and also worked as a newspaper, wire service and magazine photographer with assignments taking him from Europe to Africa and Asia and nearly all points in between. His photographs have been published in newspapers and magazines around the world. He's just as adept sorting out a car on a race track as he is photographing one...in fact, he authored a book, "Postcards from Detroit, Remembering Formula One in the Motor City," about the grand prix races in downtown Detroit during the 1980s. A graduate of Central Michigan University, Roger was inducted into CMU's Journalism Hall of Fame in 2012 and counts among his greatest professional accomplishments the mentoring of many young newspaper reporters and photographers who have gone on to successful careers. Roger and his wife Lisa, parents to two adult daughters, reside in Tecumseh where he serves as a member of the local school board.
Senior PhotographerRead Eric's bioEric loves a challenge. Whether it’s free diving to photograph humpback whales in the ʻAuʻau channel of Hawaii or capturing the character of a billionaire entrepreneur during a portrait sitting, Eric lives by the motto, “The harder you work, the luckier you’ll be.” His professional journey as photographer has taken him from southeast Michigan to wild Alaska and tropical Maui before returning to Ann Arbor. A senior photographer at Michigan Photography, Eric was named the 2015 & 2013 University Photographers' Association of America (UPAA) Photographer of the Year. A large portion of his work for Michigan Photography involves shooting sports, and in 2009 he had an image selected as one of Sports Illustrated's Pictures of the Year. Eric enjoys mountain biking and boating as well as adventuring with his wife Katie, daughter Alys, and Icelandic sheepdog, Elska, in the great outdoors.
Senior PhotographerRead Daryl's bioDaryl joined the Michigan Photography staff full-time in 2014 after being a regular freelancer for many years. A graduate of U-M Flint, he has taught high school art and photography classes in nearby Fenton as well as Mott Middle College as well as running his own fine arts company. While he can often be seen photographing from the sidelines at various Michigan athletic events, Daryl counts his most memorable assignment photographing the discovery of a centuries-old Mammoth skeleton uncovered near Chelsea. Daryl and his wife Amy are avid wine tasters and storm chasers, but make sure to not combine the two passions.
Senior PhotographerRead Scott's bioAn award-winning portrait and wedding photographer from Salt Lake City, Scott Soderberg began his career as a professional photographer more than 25 years ago. He was one of only a few professional photographers in Utah who held both a master of photography and photographic craftsman degree from Professional Photographers of America. In 2007, Scott became the newest addition to the Michigan Photography team at U-M. In addition to covering a wide variety of university-related events and collegiate sports, Scott also enjoys photographing the U-M campus, looking for new and creative approaches to capturing U-M’s familiar iconic scenes. Scott and his wife, Caryn, have two daughters and reside in Saline.
Senior PhotographerRead Austin's bioAustin joined Michigan Photography in 2008 as a Photoshop technician but quickly joined the ranks of the photographers on staff. While he tackles all sorts of different assignments, Austin enjoys taking portraits the most, especially when he has the time to get to know his subject. He spends much of his free time shooting photos for non-profits in places across Africa. Austin enjoys international travel and has ventured to Africa and South America for Michigan Photography. If he’s not booking his next flight abroad you can find him on a bicycle, either on a backwoods trail or paved road.
Customer Service RepresentativeRead Stephanie's bioStephanie joined Michigan Photography in January 2017, fresh from the fast-paced automotive world of Michigan International Speedway, where she managed all facility & track rentals. A Central Michigan University graduate and lifelong Michigander, Stephanie currently lives on Wamplers Lake in Brooklyn and enjoys boating with her husband and their dog. When not scheduling photographers for the U-M community, Stephanie can generally be found in the stable or the ring, training her thoroughbred horse to compete in dressage.
Senior ArchivistRead Nicole's bioNicole has called Michigan Photography her career for 12 years. Utilizing her exemplary organizational skills, detailed eye and iron will, she transitioned from office assistant to DAM Specialist to take charge of the Image Archive. With 435,612 digital assets representing eight terabytes of info, the imagery of the University of Michigan is a pretty big haystack. Nicole prides herself on knowing how to dive in and locate just the right needle you are looking for. When she is not pestering her co-workers about consistent file names, or cataloging the latest Block M shots (seriously, search it – all good things), Nicole is at home in Ypsilanti with her two young daughters who amuse, delight and fill their widowed mom with pride. Bonne chance catching them at home in the 1947 bungalow as the three are usually off on some adventure. Whether it be a road trip to Disney World, whisking away to Ohio, Nashville or Cranberry PA; or jetting to Finland to visit family, the three Kinnunens enjoy nothing more than to see what the world has to offer.