Robert Newcomb working during commencement.
Dorothy Kozlowski has trouble with her cow lick during an amazing student photo shoot.
Peter Frey and Andrew Davis Tucker take a break from shooting.
Dorothy Kozlowski goes vertical during the Georgia National Guard Agriculture Training.
Rick O'Quinn with Uga VIII before the mascot's debut appearance in Sanford Stadium.
Andrew Davis Tucker gets down to earth on Sapelo Island.
Dot Paul hanging with the chicks.
Rick O'Quinn covering the funeral of Uga VI at Sanford Stadium.
Dot Paul working on a video of Hairy Dawg while Peter Frey drives the truck.
Paul Efland peaks at the Whisperin' Bill Anderson plaque.
Dot Paul gathers audio while covering the teddy bear surgery during veterinary medicine's open house.
Peter Frey gets an ID during a campus event.
The Photographic Services department provides digital images that increase public awareness, understanding and support of the University's mission of teaching, research and service.
The staff consists of a digital asset manager, 3 full-time photographers and one part-time photographer. The staff has over 150 years of photographic experience covering a variety of subjects, including newspapers, magazines, fine & performing arts, fashion, sports and public relations.
286 Oconee Street
Athens, GA 30602
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Rick joined Photographic Services in 1989 after earning his degree in Telecommunications from UGA’s Grady College of Journalism. He worked in a variety of photographic disciplines, including sports, performing arts, fashion and journalism before coming “home” to UGA. He was the only full-time photographer when he joined the unit and has guided its growth from those early days of working in a combined studio-news service intern office, through the transition from film, chemistry and index card assignment filing to computers, digital imaging and online image databases. Today he coordinates a professional staff of five full-time photographers and one part-time photographer.
Rick and his wife Beverly have adjusted to their empty nest by traveling and raising their “second” child, a mixed-breed beagle.
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Peter earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in photography from UGA’s Lamar Dodd School of Art in 1994. He began working in Photographic Services in 1996, where he contributes regularly to Georgia Magazine and Columns. Currently, he is the coordinator of photography for Georgia Magazine. In addition to local and statewide coverage of UGA's programs, Peter has documented the University's work around the globe, covering faculty research and student programs in Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia. His independent projects include images from occupied Iraq, Kosovo after the NATO bombing, post-conflict Guatemala, and Internally Displaced Persons camps in Uganda.
Dorothy first joined Photographic Services as a student intern in the summer of 2009. She originally received a bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from UGA, but after a year of working in the field, decided it wasn’t for her. She returned to UGA and earned her second degree in Magazines and Photojournalism from the Grady College of Journalism. Dorothy has worked as a part-time photographer on the staff since the spring of 2010.
Although her first love is nature and animal photography, she enjoys constantly learning and discovering new ways to photograph the variety of people and events that take place on and around campus. When she’s not in the office, she can be found coaching competitive gymnastics or taking her dog on yet another adventure.
Andrew Davis Tucker
Andrew is the newest full-time photographer to Photographic Services, joining the staff in October 2007. He worked at the Athens Banner Herald and The Augusta Chronicle for ten years before coming to UGA. Andrew’s documentary style of photography captures University life as it happens, whether on campus or around the country. He enjoys mixing stills, audio and video to create multimedia productions (or projects) that tell the stories of university alumni, faculty, staff, and students. Andrew and his wife Amy reside in Watkinsville with their two small children.