Loren Orr - Photographer/Owner
I have worked in photography for a number of years. Back in college I worked at the Photographic Services at the University of Idaho doing everything from processing film, shooting portraits and live events to printing 1000's of black/white and color prints. I also spent a good part of my time shooting sports on both the University of Idaho and Washington State University campuses for both the universities' sports information departments as well as the Associated Press. Thus the beginning of my love for sports photography.
I kind of took a break from the photography world, but decided I could not let the digital age leave me in the dust. So I purchased a camera, spent as much on a new lens as I did on my camera body and fought my way back into the sports photography world. Today I shoot a variety of subjects to include sports, environmental themed senior and family portraits, landscapes and just about everything else.
I have had my work published on ESPN.com and SI.com and numerous other websites as well as the LA Times, Arizona Republic, Idaho Press-Tribune, Couer d'Alene Press, Bonners Ferry Herald, Priest River Times, Lewiston Morning Tribune, Moscow-Pullman Daily News, the Argonaut, Gem of the Mountains, Bugle Magazine and the Idaho High School Sports Preview.
Now that I have established myself in the Treasure Valley, I have had the opportunity to cover a variety of sports and entertainment events for Icon Sportswire while also covering NCAA athletics featuring Boise State, University of Idaho, Idaho State University. I have covered the majority of the teams participating in both the Mountain West Conference an Great Northwest Athletic Conference. This past year I had the pleasure of covering the 2014 Mountain West Conference Championship game, 2013 and 2014 GNAC Indoor Track and Field Championships, 2014 NCAA DII West Region Volleyball Championship as well as 2014 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl game. My schedule for 2015-16 Senior Portraits is filling up fast so give me a call and let's make some memories!