Keith Birmingham is a Los Angeles-based photographer specializing in sports, editorial and portrait photography. He has been a staff photographer for 24 years with the Los Angeles newspaper group, which includes the Pasadena Star-News, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, the Whittier Daily News, and the Los Angeles Daily News. His work has been featured in Sports Illustrated, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Nashville Tennessean, GQ, Life Magazine, Sporting News, Los Angeles Dodgers Magazine, National Sports Daily as well as wire services Associated Press and United Press International. The books Photojournalism: The Professional’s Approach, by Kenneth Cobre, and Out of the Blue, by Joe Hakenson, The Story of the 2002 World Series Champion Anaheim Angels. An award-winning photographer, including awards from the National Press Photographers Association, Pictures of the Year International, Press Photographers Association of Greater Los Angeles, California Press Photographers Association, he has also won Picture of the Year from SportsShooter.com and his paper by has been nominated. for three Pulitzer Prize awards. Keith covered 20 Rose Bowl games, four Men’s Basketball Final Four, two Women’s Basketball Final Four, three Major League Baseball World Series, the Super Bowl, six NBA Finals, two Women’s World Cups, one Men’s World Cup and many other sporting events Is. United States. He has also covered Hurricane Katrina and several major California wildfires.