As a photographer, I am dedicated to creating images that inspire people, make them smile or reminisce, and feel like they have experienced the same sight.

I have always enjoyed photography.  Growing up, we burned through entirely too many rolls of 110 film.  I bought my first 35mm camera in 1987, when I was headed to Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.  The deal my Dad made with me was, "you buy the camera and I'll buy the lens".   He wanted no part of me taking snapshots if I was going to live on Oahu for the better part of three years.  That day, we bought a used Olympus OM-2 and two lenses.  That camera remains on my shelf today.

The photo-bug continued to bite through my travels in places Japan, England, Switzerland, Belgium, France and Italy and various Caribbean destinations.  My wife and I borrowed one of the earliest digital cameras to take to London and Singapore in 1998.  The turning point in dedication to improve my skills and artistry was In 2011. 

My photography pursuits continued to evolve to Sports and Portraits in 2012.  Since then, I refine my skills by training with experts in every field and genre of photography and challenge myself to new locations and new subjects using new styles and techniques.  

In Sports, I have held assignments for NCAA sports across the country covering several D1 and D2 programs in Basketball, Baseball, Soccer and Volleyball.  I have been a key photographer at three consecutive years of the College World Series in Omaha and covered the 2019 Villanova wins over Providence, Xavier and Seton Hall for the Big East Championship in Madison Square Garden.  

Have a photography need or idea?  Contact me and ask me to capture it!

I am available for Sports Photography and Portraits.


Corey Solotorovsky