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I've had a camera in my hands for the better part of the past 15 years. I first learned to shoot and develop film in the late 1990s; this picture is me in a "product photo shoot" in my high school photography class. Since then, the camera has helped me forge a career as a multimedia professional, first as a news reporter, later in the sport of lacrosse, and more recently in marketing-specific roles. Along the way, it's become more than a passion. Taking pictures is a part of my identity.

I've been fortunate to have an emotional connection to many of the subjects or scenes I've photographed. Whether it's a lacrosse player protecting a stick or a musician playing an instrument, photos can reveal—sometimes in its rawest form—the relationship human beings have with the physical world and objects within it. That's what I find most rewarding about this.

- Casey Ryan Vock

Photos or writing used by:

The Atlantic

Downbeat Magazine

Guitarist Magazine

Bluegrass Today

EDM Maniac

Glide Magazine

Parklife DC

Smithsonian American Indian Magazine

Inside Lacrosse Magazine

Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook

US Lacrosse Magazine

Lacrosse Canada

USA Today

USA Today High School Sports

Ottawa Citizen

The Baltimore Sun

The Star-Ledger

Press-Republican (daily newspaper)

Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Lake Placid Daily News

The Oshawa Express

Syracuse University Magazine

District Fray Magazine

New Jersey Monthly

The French Embassy


Syracuse University
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications

Martin J. Whitman School of Management
June 2006 - December 2008

SUNY Plattsburgh
August 2002 - May 2005

Jefferson Community College

August 2000 - May 2002


The Peterborough Examiner

June 28, 2016 (Sports Illustrated online)

May 4, 2016

The New York Times

March 9, 2014


Indian Country Today
October 17, 2012



Albany Times Union

March 15, 2018


Sony A92

Sony A7III

Nikon D7100

Canon Rebel XT

Nikon F6

Nikon F2AS

Nikon F2A

Polaroid SX-70


Photo of me circa 1997 by Ryan Montressor


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