Chris Detrick (b 1983) grew up in Loganville, Pennsylvania and had his first experience with newspaper journalism while interning at the York (Penn.) Dispatch during his senior year in high school.
He studied photojournalism at the University of Missouri and graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Journalism and minors in both violin performance and psychology. While in school, Detrick worked as an intern at the Baltimore (Md.) Sun and was a participant at Eddie Adams Workshop XVII.
After graduating from Missouri, he interned at The Salt Lake Tribune for six months before it turned into a full time job the following December.
Detrick’s work as been recognized by World Press Photo (2007), Picture of the Year International (2005-07), College Photographer of the Year (2003-05), The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar (2005-07) and the Hearst Photojournalism Awards (2005).
He currently lives in Salt Lake City with his wife Ashley, son Owen and their dog Layla.
Noelle Pikus-Pace celebrates with her family; son Traycen, 2, daughter Lacee, 6, husband Janson, right, and her brother Jared Pikus, left, after winning the silver medal in the women's skeleton competition at Sanki Sliding Center during the 2014 Sochi Olympics Friday February 14, 2014. Pikus-Pace finished with a time of 3:53.86.
West Friendship, Md.--8/11/04--
Laura Gaeng, left, 14, and Jen Hopkins, 14, both of Columbia, Md., enjoy an inverted view of the Howard County Fair by way of the "Fire Ball" roller coaster.
Pepperdine's Jason Walberg, #12, gouges the eyes of Brigham Young University's Jonathan Tavernari, #45, during the first half of the game. No foul was called on the play. Although Tavernari missed the basket immediately following the eye gouge, he was not injured. Later in the game, he scored back-to-back three-pointers, helping BYU win the game 86-67. Tavernari finished the game with 10 points.