BIO

David Banks is a lifelong suffering Chicago baseball fan, photographing the Cubs and White Sox winning the World Series was the highlight of his sports coverage in Chicago for the past thirty years. But, witnessing Michael Jordan winning six NBA Titles wasn’t too bad either. Banks worked eighteen years for the Sun Times News Group covering not only pro sports, but also politicians, police officers, and protesters. Banks has photographed five presidents and the Queen of England. He wants to take the experience of capturing the ultimate moment and produce it for you. David has won numerous Associated Press Awards, Chicago Press Photographers Awards, Illinois Press Photographers Awards, Inland Press Awards, and Suburban Newspapers of America Awards. His work has been featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, The LA Times, The Washington Post, The Times of London, The Chicago Tribune, ESPN the Magazine and Time Magazine. Corporate clients include Nike, Under Armour, EA Sports, Powerade, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Chicago Blackhawks, Northwestern University, Chicago Bulls, Major League Baseball and Sears. In 2016 Banks worked for the Chicago Cubs to document the playoffs and the World Series for the Cubs. He is using the newest digital equipment and can provide immediate, on location transmission of photos from any location. Two of Banks’pictures were included in The Best Sports Photos of 2015 in Sports Illustrated. David Banks taught sports photography at Columbia College in Chicago for six years. Banks is currently a contributor for Getty Images, Associated Press, USA Today Sports Images, European Pressphoto Agency, United Press International and Reuters.
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