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Corbis will have 3 assigned photographers covering the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. Each has years of experience in sports photography. Read more about their backgrounds and successes. Click through to see their best work on Corbis.
Christopher Morris lives on Canada’s West Coast. He got his start in photography twenty-eight years ago shooting news and sports events in Montreal for Canadian Press, Reuters, and local and national newspapers. Now living in Vancouver, he shoots primarily for magazines and has worked on assignment for Maclean’s, Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, Hello, Sportsnet, Fortune, Forbes, The New York Times, The Times of London, The Observer, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, Stern, L’Expresse and many other newspapers and magazines from around the world doing sports, portraits, and documentary work.
Some of the events Christopher Morris has covered include; Baseball World Series, NHL Stanley Cup finals, ISU figure skating world championships, World Cup speed skating, World Cup snowboarding, World Cup luge, World Cup bobsled & skeleton, World Cup ski jumping, Formula One Grand Prix, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, and the 2012 London Olympic Summer Games. Christopher Morris has been a contributor to Corbis Images for more than 12 years.
Victor Fraile is a Spanish born Hong Kong based editorial and commercial photographer specializing in sports, action and adventure photography. He started his photo career as a freelance surf photographer,
and has since worked for Reuters, Getty Images and Corbis covering political, fashion, breaking news and sport assignments including the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 32nd Americas Cup, UEFA Champions League finals, Formula One, ASP Surfing World Championships, Davis Cup tennis tournaments and several PGA & LPGA events. His Commercial clients include Rolex, Red Bull, HSBC, Infiniti, KIA Motors, and Billabong,
Victor’s photographs have been published in Time, Paris Match, National Geographic, ESPN, Hello, Stern, The Economist, Vanity Fair, Vogue, and have beenfeatured as the cover of several newspapers.
Rolf Kosecki was born in 1956 in Duisburg, Germany. After professional training as a photographer he studied graphic design in Düsseldorf.
Since 1979 he has worked full time as a professional sports photographer and in 1990 started his own sports photography agency in Bonn where he
Has covered most major international sporting events from the World Cup to the Olympic Games. He considers himself an all-round person with an appreciation of both the normal circumstance and high drama that sports can provide. Rolf’s photos may be found in many of the top magazines and newspapers, as well as advertising and books all over the world.