The Art of Sports Photography at The Olympic Museum

This summer The Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, will be featuring exhibitions and programs celebrating The Art of Sports Photography.  I have the honor of being a part of two of the exhibits: Rio 2016 Seen Through the Lenses of Four Photographers, which features my work from The Olympic Games in Rio last summer and Who Shot Spots: A Photographic History, 1845 to Present, a traveling  exhibit curated by my friend, the indomitable Gail Buckland, which I am very proud to be a part of.

If you can’t make it to Switzerland to explore The Art of Sports Photography, follow me on Instagram @johnhuet where I’ll be posting a new sports photo every day for the rest of the summer in honor of this amazing program. And for an in-depth look at the Who Shot Sports exhibit, you might be interested in picking up the accompanying book by the same name.

If you’d like to join me in celebrating The Art of Sports Photography, hashtag your images with #theartofsportsphotography, and let’s keep this rolling.  I look forward to seeing you out there.

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PRESS – ESPN.COM

I’ve been working in print and broadcast for a long time, and each medium presents its own challenges and rewards. More and more often I get the opportunity to shoot both on a single set. Last month I headed down to Miami to shoot a multimedia story for ESPN.com featuring Danell Levya, the 2012 Olympic bronze medalist in men’s gymnastics. I captured his World Championship routine on the parallel bars in still and motion, and the resulting images and videos are paired with Danell’s descriptions of what he experiences as he goes through the moves. You can check out the story at ESPN.com and see some more of the photos below: