Logan Riely is currently a staff photographer for the Atlanta-based creative company Beam Imagination working as the contract Team Photographer for the Atlanta Braves while also doing commercial video work for clients such as Delta Airlines. He is a recent graduate of Ohio University (Class of 2016); where he majored in photojournalism. Logan most recently completed a fall internship with The Seattle Times and has also completed internships at The Miami Herald (Summer 2016); The Colorado Springs Gazette (Summer 2015); The Columbus Dispatch in Columbus, Ohio (Summer 2014); as well as at Power Creative Advertising Agency in Louisville, Kentucky (Summer 2013).
Logan was a still photography participant at the 2013 and 2015 Mountain Workshops in Owensboro and Frankfort, Kentucky. In October 2014, he was also a student at The Eddie Adams Workshop in the Class of XXVII, where he won the Sports Illustrated Prize. Logan has been recognized by the White House News Photographers Association, College Photographer of the Year, the Hearst Journalism Awards Program, the Ohio News Association, as well as the Ohio News Photographers Association. His images and multimedia work have been published in TIME, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Mashable, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Denver Post, KentuckyDerby.com, as well as ABC and CBS News.
Logan was most recently named a runner up for Student Photographer of the Year as well as runner up in Video Photographer of the Year by the White House News Photographers Association. He was also awarded a Gold medal in the Features category and a Silver medal for his Sports Portfolio by College Photographer of the Year in 2015, following a bronze medal award for Sports Portfolio in 2013. In 2015, he also received Ohio Student Photographer of the Year and 3rd place Sports Photographer of the Year by the Ohio News Photographers Association.
Logan is originally from Floyds Knobs, Indiana, located right outside of Louisville, Kentucky, and is currently living in Atlanta, Georgia.