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Sportsbyken Photography offers professional photography services for college and high school sports, specializing in cross country and track & field, for the greater Indianapolis area teams. Geographically, at the high school level, this includes competitive Marion County (Indianapolis Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference) and the powerhouse teams in Hamilton County (Carmel, Fishers, Westfield, Noblesville). At the college level, the Big Ten Conference, NCAA regional, and NCAA championship competition, and other Midwest competitions of interest are covered. In addition to college and high school running events.
Sportsbyken Photography covers road racing (5Ks, 10Ks, half-marathons, and marathons inside of Indiana and the Chicago area. Services include more than just engaging images. We present clients with quick turnaround coverage to sports information directors, image CDs, video interviews, and customized service.
Sportsbyken Photography values developing long-term relationships with clients and considers this the most important aspect of the business. Most of our clients are repeat customers for photographic work. Let us help you with your event photography, regardless of how large or small the event. Simply click on the icon below to go to the Contact Page and fill out a photography service request or question. No obligation and price quotes for services are free. We would love to service your photographic requirements and hope to add you as another satisfied customer!
Sportsbyken Photography can provide two basic types of sports services:
Contracted College Sports: Establish relationships with College Sports Information Directors to provide quick turnaround coverage at sporting events. Provide WiFi photos for “real time” inclusion in event articles. Provide individual team pictures on CD. Video and audio clips provided for interviews with coaches or athletes. Pricing is based upon individual customized contract.
Clients have included Colorado, Florida, Florida State, Illinois, Illinois State, Iowa State, IUPUI, U of Indianapolis, Michigan State, Oregon, Providence, Syracuse, Texas, Tulsa and Wisconsin.
Contracted Road Racing: Partner with road race companies needing to add photography experience to their team for a sporting event. Experience in working with teams for triathlons, marathons, half-marathons, night races, novelty races, 5Ks and 10Ks. Pricing based upon negotiated rates with hiring road company.
Clients have included PBC Sports Photography, TRC Photography, Milesplit, Marathonfoto, Star Photo Imaging and Ultra Event Photo.
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Cross Country 2014:
Buffaloes and Spartans claim NCAA XC titles
Spartans, Badgers win at Great Lakes Regional
Wisconsin men, Michigan St. women top Big Ten XC
Villanova and Georgetown dominate Big East
Colorado, Georgetown win Pre-Nationals
Orange, Spartans win adidas Invite
Badgers sweep Greater Louisville Classic
Indiana dominates Indiana Intercollegiate XC
Schneider leads Illini to ISU Invite victory
Carmel sweeps Hamilton County XC
Illinois, Missouri square off in XC opener
NCAA Division I Final-Oregon men pull upset over Texas A&M, Florida; Aggie women win as expected.
Can Florida keep Texas A&M from sweeping the NCAA Outdoors?
Wisconsin men and Penn State women capture Big Ten titles.
DJ Zahn and Alyssa Schneider delivered strong performances for the Illini at Twilight Meet.
Eric Davidson scored 27 points to lead No. 3 HSE to upset of No. 1 Carmel in Noblesville Sectional.
The Wisconsin Badgers used their strong distance and middle distance crew to repeat as Big Ten Indoor track and field team champions. Sprinters Mahagony Jones and Kiah Seymour powered the Penn State Nittany Lions to the women’s team title.
The first major meet of the indoor track season in the Midwest starts this weekend at the Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio. This Friday/Saturday competition will be hard-pressed to match the exciting finishes in the men’s and women’s team competition of 2013, but the competition will be fierce at the top.
Wisconsin and Purdue advance to Elite Eight in NCAA Volleyball regional action at the Champaign Regional.
Cross Country 2013:
Colorado men and Providence women takes NCAA Div III XC titles.
Quotes are free of charge and there is no obligation. See how Sportsbyken can provide great photos at a competitive price.
Working with Ken at the University of Illinois has been a pleasure. He has been shooting for the Illini for the past four years and has made professional relationships with many of the staff. Ken shoots quality photos in a timely manner and has grown to become a mainstay in photographing Illinois runners.
- Taylor Thomas – Sports Information Intern-University of Illinois
Ken has been extremely easy to work with and we have been very pleased with his work for the University of Colorado. He delivers his work on time as promised and we have been very pleased with the results. We will use him whenever we can and I would highly recommend Ken.
- Linda Sprouse – Assistant Sports Information Director – University of Colorado
Ken Moreland not only provided our program with outstanding on-the-spot photography and video work, but his professionalism with a personal touch was outstanding and greatly appreciated by the coaches and student-athletes. We will continue to call on his services.
- Bob Thomas – Associate Sports Information Director – Florida State University
Ken’s work is top of the line. He has a knack for capturing the true essence of a meet through pictures, is timely in his delivery and is a pleasure to work with. I strongly recommend Ken for cross country and track photography needs.
- Ed Holdaway – IUPUI Athletics Asst. AD/Communications
Carmel High School’s girls cross country team finishes fourth the boy’s sixth at the NXN Championship in Portland Oregon on Saturday, 12/7. Nike Cross Nationals.
Carmel High School’s girls cross country team finishes great season ranked No. 3 going into NXN Championship in Portland Oregon on Saturday, 12/7. See who is No. 1 on FloTrack NXN Preview.
Running Times Magazine features an article about LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course.