Kelly Gorham

Kelly Gorham

Director of Visual Media

 kelly.gorham@montana.edu 

Phone: (406) 994-5134
920 Technology Blvd, Room 243

Personal Website

Kelly directs photography and video for campus and external partners and media. He earned his bachelor's degree in photography from MSU in 1995 studying under Rudi Dietrich. 

Kelly has been a staff photographer for newspapers in Montana and Nevada, was a corporate photographer in Seattle and a stringer for Associated Press. His photos have appeared in such publications as the New York Times, Washington Post, L.A. Times, National Geographic Explorer, Sports Illustrated and USA Today. Kelly's project, The Stones Have Memories, documenting relics of the Cold War in Berlin, exhibited throughout the United States and Germany. Kelly is currently in production with Montana PBS on the feature documentary film Mavericks telling the story of Montana's freestyle skiing heritage and Olympic legacy. 

As a champion for visual storytelling and the photo industry, Kelly is a board member of the Seattle/NW chapter of the American Society of Media photographers and a long-time member of the National Press Photographers Association. Kelly is an alumni of the Kalish Workshop for Visual Storytelling and also regularly lectures on various photography topics for universities and workshops.

 

 

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 Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez

 Photographer

a.sanchezgonzalez@montana.edu

(406) 994-7371

920 Technology Blvd

Personal Website

Adrian is an internationally published, bilingual photojournalist currently based in Bozeman, Montana. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, National Public Radio, Time Magazine and most recently was the staff photographer at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Adrian was inspired to take pictures at a young age when family members would ask him to take photos during the holidays.

Later, he would meet his crazy next-door neighbor, also a photographer, who ignited his quest into professional photography and sent him to Asia, Africa, Europe and South America as a photographer, videographer, and photographer's assistant.

Through his experiences both abroad and at home, Adrian found his true passion in photojournalism. In October 2009, he was selected to attend the Eddie Adams Workshop, where he was awarded the Nikon Achievement Scholarship for best student work.

From political races to soccer matches, immigration issues to award shows, Adrian has shot on assignment for Agencia EFE, Agence France-Presse, Getty Images and Landov, among others.

Adrian is fluent in Spanish and English.

He joined the Montana State University communications team as staff photographer in June 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

portrait of Saul Mastandrea

Saul Mastandrea

 Video Producer

frank.mastandrea1@montana.edu 

(406) 994-2017

920 Technology Blvd

Saul brings a wealth of experience to his role with University Communications. He produces videos that support MSU's strategic priorities and support university news and marketing initiatives. A Montana native and MSU alum in Film and Photographer (2002), Saul's diverse background includes university communications, language instruction and even promotional videos in the food industry.