Matt Brown was born with a passion for photography. The Southern California native has been looking at the world with a photographer's eye all his life.
Over the past decade, Matt has covered The College World Series, Super Bowls, The World Series, The NBA Finals, AVP, Stanley Cups Finals, NCAA Bowls, The World Cup, PGA and LPGA Golf.
With an emphasis on sports photography, Matt has worked regularly with a number of national sports publications like Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine. However, not limited only to sports, His Editorial and Commercial clients include Mizuno, Sony, Newsweek, Nike,Time, Stern, National Geographic Traveler, Nikon, New York Times Magazine, Gatorade, MLB, Forbes, Fortune, NBA, Architectural Digest, Premiere, Esquire, GQ and U.S. News & World Report.
Matt has shot portraits of numerous world famous athletes and stars including: Shaquille O'Neal, Mike Trout, Peter Ueberroth, Misty May-Treanor, Kareem Abdul-Jabber, Chad Cordero, Vin Scully, Landon Donovan, Chick Hearns, David Beckham, Magic Johnson, Tony Hawk, Reggie Bush, Freddie Adu, Michael Flatly, Kobe Bryant and Albert Pujols.
In an effort to help future photographers, Matt, along with USA TODAY photographer and Co-founder of Sports Shooter Robert Hanashiro, has recently started a Sports Shooter Academy and Boot Camp held in cooperation with the NCAA Division I Big West Conference in Orange County in 2005.
Matt has lead workshops for Nikon and Colleges as well as served as Keynote speaker for universitys and working media members. The Annenberg Space for Photography held a show of his work as well as the Smithsonian Museum.
Matt is the host of the podcast Just a Good Conversation. Some of his guests have been award the Silver Star, Emmy winners and the Pulitzer Prize. Check out the podcast at Justagoodconverastion.com
Currently Matt is the chief photographer at Incipio Technologies. He lives with his wife, Antoinette and three sons, Grant, Malcolm and Willem in Fullerton, California. He enjoys travel, surfing, Bocce ball, John Madden Football and playing Xbox with his sons.