Auburn University Photographic Services
Jeff Etheridge is director of photography for Auburn University. During his 25 years with Auburn he has promoted the university through photographs and documented historic events such as the December 2, 1989 “First Time Ever Football Game” and the epic “Last Roll of the Famous Toomer Trees.” Jeff was project director for two coffee table books that document the university’s history and has won numerous awards for his photographs. He has been principal photographer for Auburn Magazine since 2006.
The research and outreach of the university has taken Jeff all over the world including China, Uganda, Haiti, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Italy. Jeff enjoys capturing the true humanity of people and telling a story through his photography. His work with the nonprofit Sifat has inspired the quality of his photography. He has seen the need in the world and discovered how a photograph can inspire others to give back.
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UPAA Award for Auburn Magazine Covers
Jeff Etheridge, photographer for Auburn Magazine brought home FIRST PLACE at the University Photographers Association of America (UPAA) for his work on the Auburn Magazine covers Samford Hall: Because This is Auburn, Harold Franklin: The Face of Change and The Eternal Optimist: Adam Evans (Chef).
Our readers love the photography in Auburn Magazine. If you see an image that you would like to have reproduced contact Auburn University Photographic Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (334) 844-4560. They have an online store and will be able to accommodate most requests.
Road to China
The Auburn University Symphonic Band’s nearly 80 musicians, plus 16 faculty and staff members, explored the Great Wall of China during a March concert tour.