Lloyd Fox

Photographer

Lloyd Fox graduated from the University of Delaware. Before working at The Baltimore Sun, Fox worked for The Philadelphia Inquirer as a stringer and then contract photographer. He also freelanced for United Press International at that time. Fox started working as a staff photographer for The Sun in 1990.

Recent Articles

  • The Defining Moment

    The Defining Moment

    I have covered Opening Day in Baltimore for many years and most of the days’ events have been the same for years and happen right on schedule. Fans arrive a few hours before the game, players are always announced and run down the orange carpet one at a time, both teams line the base paths for the...

  • Using lights to balance a scene

    Using lights to balance a scene

    Recently I had a magazine assignment to photograph Christopher Schafer and the miniature skate park he had built in his backyard. Schafer, a clothing designer, has always had a passion for skateboarding so he built a 16-by-30-foot half-pipe in his yard. Skateboarding and custom suits are not normally...

  • The sights and sounds of Orioles spring training

    The sights and sounds of Orioles spring training

    As the Orioles prepare to head north to begin the regular season next week, Baltimore Sun photographer Lloyd Fox looks back at his time in Sarasota, Fla., with a some video highlights.

  • Animating a dunk for social media

    Animating a dunk for social media

    Last Thursday I covered the Poly vs. Stephen Decatur boys’ high school basketball semifinals in College Park. The game made for some great action pictures including several high-flying dunks.

  • Following the Birds south for spring training

    Following the Birds south for spring training

    I wanted to share some of my favorite images taken on my assignment at Orioles’ spring training in Sarasota, Florida. It’s been many years since I have traveled to Florida to shoot spring training. So long, in fact, that I forgot how much fun it was trying to make my way through the airport, transferring...

  • On assignment covering students marching against gun violence and for school safety

    On assignment covering students marching against gun violence and for school safety

    One of the things that I enjoy most about being a photojournalist and that sets photojournalism apart from all other types of photography is that you never know what you might be heading out to shoot on any given day. The spontaneity of an event such as the #gunsdowngradesup protest in Baltimore...

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