Patrick Holleran (Photo Editor/Photographer)

Holleran is a veteran photographer who has covered national and international meets including collegiate conferences, NCAA and USATF Championship events, multiple US Olympic Trials, Diamond League events, and IAAF World Championships in Portland and London. His work has appeared in media such as Running Times, Track and Field News, Athletics Weekly, ESPN, and newspapers, magazines, and track specific and university Web sites. A former athlete, Holleran was a cross-country captain at the University of Notre Dame and an international level competitor who reached the finals of the US Olympic Trials at 5000 meters. Holleran was also meet director of the world-famous Prefontaine Classic and co-founded the Oregon International Athletics Club.

Kim Spir  (Manager/Photographer)

Spir has covered track and field as a journalist and photographer for many years at national, international and championship events, including the 2015 Indoor World Championships in Portland and the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London,. She contributes to Track and Field News magazine and a large number of other print and digital media. Spir was the long-time editor of the monthly newsletter for the Track and Field Writers of America. She took a break to work on her upcoming book on the history of women's track and field in the state of Oregon, and will return to TAFWA editorship in August 2017.  Spir was a sprinter/distance runner at the University of Oregon and has a master's degree from Columbia University.



Selected Current and Previous Clients

Akron, Alaska Anchorage, Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas State, Ball State, Boston, Bucknell, Cal State Fullerton, Colorado, Coppin State, Dartmouth, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Grand Canyon, Houston, Houston Baptist, Huntington, Illinois, Iowa State, UC Irvine, Kent State, Lehigh, Liberty, Massachusetts, Miami, Middle Tennessee State, Minnesota, Monmouth, Norfolk State, Northern Colorado,  North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Oakland, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Penn State, Portland, Providence, Rice, Samford, San Jose State, Seattle, South Carolina, St. John's, Southern Methodist, Southern Utah, Texas Arlington, Texas Christian, Texas San Antonio, Toledo, Troy, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Washington, Wichita State, Wisconsin, Wofford

Phil Johnson (Photographer)

Phil Johnson is proprietor of Tracktown Photo and the popular Tracktown Photo Web site. He has covered many meets large and small, including collegiate and professional national championships and world championship events in Daegu, South Korea, and Moscow, Russia. His diverse list of clients has included organizations such as the Pac-12 Conference, Nike, and the Eugene Register-Guard. He is also known for the creative use of technology in covering the sport of track and field.

Becky Miller (Special Photographer)

Becky Miller is a track and field enthusiast who has used her photography skills for decades to support University of Minnesota and other B1G conference track, field, and cross country athletes.  Her work has been published in Track and Field News and numerous local papers, but her major activity is providing coverage for the athletes, fans, and family through Facebook,, or her own

Chuck Aragon (Photographer)

Chuck Aragon is a former miler from the University of Notre Dame (’81) who went on to compete post-collegiately for Nike’s Athletics West from 1981-1985.  He now appreciates the sport of track and field through the lens of his camera, using his photography skills to support Notre Dame and Stanford’s track and field and cross country programs. His photos have appeared in multiple publications and social media venues including Dyestat, RunBlogRun, McClatchy news, as well as Notre Dame and Stanford Universities. Chuck has covered high school, college and professional meets including MT. State Championships, ACC, PAC-12, and national championships as well as the Olympic Trials.  Chuck’s knowledge of the sport and passion for photography blend well in his photos.  

Photos of photographers courtesy Robert Rosenberg, Patrick Holleran, and the Notre Dame Monogram Club,