Lloyd Fox


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

  • Lighting with color

    Lighting with color

    Last fall I was assigned to photograph Fortego, LLC, a small cyber security firm for our annual Top Workplaces awards. It was one of a dozen companies I was given to shoot, and the challenge is always to make each of them look different. My first attempt at Fortego was to shoot their monthly employee...

  • The agony of defeat

    The agony of defeat

    On New Year’s Eve, the Ravens were leading the Cincinnati Bengals by three points with less than a minute left in the game. With the wind chill in the single digits, I could not feel my fingertips. Holding a camera when the temperature is that cold is like holding an ice cube. The Ravens were one...

  • Introducing photographer Lloyd Fox's behind-the-scenes blog

    Introducing photographer Lloyd Fox's behind-the-scenes blog

    Today, I am excited and proud to launch my new weekly blog, Fox In Focus, where I will share my insights and approach in photography. In addition, I will offer a behind-the-scenes look into my assignments from sports, features, news and fashion to my black and white Instagram posts. After almost...