Mike Gordon President of Business Operations
Mike Gordon is in his ninth season as the Wolves president of business operations after joining the organization as vice president of partnerships in February 2009.
During Gordon’s tenure, the team perennially has ranked among the top American Hockey League franchises in sponsorships and ticket sales. The front office won the 2010 President’s Award given annually to one AHL organization to reward excellence in all areas off the ice. The Wolves won Sponsorship Sales Department of the Year awards in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2015 and were recognized for excellence in community service in 2012 and fan experience in 2013.
Gordon received the James C. Hendy Memorial Award, which honors the executive who has made the most outstanding contribution to the AHL, following the 2012-13 season. He currently serves on the league’s sales and marketing committee, as well as other strategic initiatives.
Prior to joining the Wolves, Gordon served as the vice president of sales for the Arena Football League’s Chicago Rush and oversaw all of the team’s corporate sponsorship initiatives. Under Gordon’s direction, the Rush ranked among the AFL’s top three teams in corporate sponsorship revenue for five consecutive years (2004-08). In addition to his sponsorship duties, he oversaw ticket sales during his first three seasons with the Rush. Attendance increased 56 percent during that time and the franchise drew its first sellout crowd. During his tenure, the Rush won the AFL Commissioner’s award for Organization of the Year three times.
The 48-year-old Gordon also spent seven years in the athletic department at DePaul University. He concluded his run at the Lincoln Park school as Assistant Athletic Director for External Relations, where he oversaw the licensing, marketing, ticket sales and sponsorships for the athletic department. In addition to his departmental duties, he taught undergraduate classes in sports marketing.
A graduate of Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, Gordon received his MBA in Marketing at DePaul. He also performed consulting work for the Chicago Blackhawks, the 1994 World Cup and several minor league baseball teams.
Gordon and his wife, Susan, have a daughter, Katie, and a son, Alex, and live in Arlington Heights, where he coaches various youth sports. He serves on the Arlington Heights Park District Foundation and sits on the DePaul University Marketing Advisory Board.
Courtney Mahoney Sr. Vice President of Operations
Courtney Mahoney is in her 23rd season with the Wolves and ninth as the senior vice president of operations.
The Western Springs native and Lyons Township High School graduate joined the Wolves’ community relations department in 1996 and moved into the leadership role before the 1997-98 season. She assumed control of game operations prior to the 2000-01 season before being named director of operations in 2004.
The 42-year-old Mahoney, who earned the AHL’s Ken McKenzie Award in 2009 for outstanding promotion of the team, has spearheaded some of the club’s most successful community endeavors, including the Read to Succeed and Adopt-A-Dog programs. Under her supervision, more than $4 million has been raised for Chicago Wolves Charities.
Mahoney and her staff were honored with the AHL Community Service Award for their community relations efforts during the 2011-12 season. The following year, Mahoney and the team earned the AHL’s award for providing the most outstanding fan experience in the Western Conference.
A 1996 graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Mahoney resides in Chicago with her dog, Mick.
Jon Sata Sr. Vice President, Partnerships & Business Development
Jon Sata is in his third full season as senior vice president of partnerships and business development. Prior to being elevated to his current role in December 2016, Sata spent six seasons as the vice president of partnerships. The Purdue graduate came to the Wolves after one season as sponsorship executive for the Professional Bull Riders (PBR).
Before that, the 40-year-old worked as director of corporate partnerships for NASCAR’s Phoenix International Raceway and director of national sales/regional sales manager for Live Nation Motor Sports (currently Feld Entertainment).
Under Sata’s direction, the Wolves have won the American Hockey League’s Sponsorship Sales Department of the Year award three times (2010-11, 2011-12 and 2014-15).
Sata and his wife, Sarah, reside in Elmhurst with their two sons, Justin and Jeremy, daughter, Sonya, and dog, Chile.
Kevin Dooley Sr. Executive Director of Ticket Sales
Kevin Dooley, who joined the Wolves in January 2011 as the team’s e-business specialist, is in his sixth season as the team’s Senior Executive Director of Ticket Sales.
Before joining the Wolves, Kevin served as corporate partnerships manager for the Lake County Fielders, consulted for Chicago’s 2016 Olympic bid, and got his start in the sports industry as an account executive for the Chicago Rush arena football team.
Prior to his transition to sports, Dooley served as business development analyst for NorthShore University HealthSystem. Dooley is a University of Dayton alum and received his Master’s of Sports Administration from Northwestern University in 2012.
He resides in the north suburbs with his wife and their daughter.
Lindsey Willhite Director of Public Relations
Lindsey Willhite is in his eighth season as the Wolves’ director of public relations.
Prior to joining the organization, the 50-year-old spent 22 years as a Daily Herald sports writer, where he covered everything from high school sports to the pros. He focused on college football and basketball, but helped with the paper’s coverage of the Bears, the 2005 World Series champion White Sox and the 2010 Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks.
The Champaign native was graduated from Illinois State University, where he earned a B.S. degree in Finance. In his spare time, he serves as the parent volunteer president of the Maverick Swim Club. Willhite, his wife, Christie, and their children – Kellie, Katie, and Michael – live in Naperville.
Dana Wildman Executive Assistant
Dana Wildman joined the Wolves in August 2012 as the executive assistant.
Prior to joining the organization, the California native spent two years working as a personal trainer at Midtown Athletic Club in Bannockburn where her duties included helping twins Liz and Marie Canavan prepare for “The Amazing Race.”
The Eastern Illinois University graduate enjoys working out and lives in Lake Forest with her two sons.
Eric Zavilla Executive Director of Tickets Sales & Retention
Eric Zavilla is entering his 20th season with the Wolves and serves as the team’s executive director of ticket sale and retention. The 44-year-old Palatine native joined the club as a ticket sales representative in 1999. He rose through the ranks as account executive, senior account executive, season ticket sales manager, director of season ticket sales, executive director of ticket sales and services and executive director of season ticket sales and retention.
A 1999 graduate of the University of Kansas, Zavilla entered the hockey business as an intern with the International Hockey League’s Kansas City Blades while in college.
Zavilla and his family live in the northwest suburbs.
Jackie Schroeder Sr. Director of Ticket Retention & Services
Jackie Schroeder is in her 15th season with the Wolves and fourth as the senior director of ticket retention and services.
The 35-year-old Bloomingdale native joined the organization as a ticket sales and services assistant in September 2004. She served as ticket sales and services manager before assuming her current role in June 2015.
Prior to joining the Wolves, the Ball State University graduate worked in the stadium/event operations of the Peoria Sports Complex in Arizona and spent time in the game operations department of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Schroeder and her husband, Nate, have a daughter, Zoey, and live in the northwest suburbs.
Stefanie Evans Sr. Director, Program Development
Stefanie Evans is in her 13th season with the Wolves and third as senior director of program development.
The Illinois State University graduate joined the organization in December 2006 as an account executive and assumed a role as director of program development prior to the 2011-12 season.
She has earned the American Hockey League’s award for the Western Conference’s Top Group Sales Executive each of the last six seasons – and has finished among the top five each of the last eight seasons.
Rob Newburg Youth Hockey Coordinator
Rob Newburg is in his seventh season as the team’s youth hockey coordinator. He serves as the team’s primary liaison to local rinks and clubs.
During his first stint with the Wolves, he worked in the group sales and youth hockey departments from 2002-05.
The Chicago native graduated from DePaul with a degree in human developmental psychology.
He spent four years with the Chicago Steel (USHL) as the youth hockey director and currently serves as a director for a youth hockey club in the western suburbs.
Anthony Krzyzak Sales Development Manager
Anthony Krzyzak is in his second year as sales development manager and ninth season with the Wolves overall.
He joined the organization in October 2010 as a ticket sales intern and worked his way up to senior account executive in June 2015 and sales development manager in January 2017.
A 2010 graduate of the University of Illinois, Krzyzak entered sports business as a sales and marketing intern for the Western Golf Association.
The 30-year-old lives in Chicago.
Leslie Metcalf B2B & Group Event Specialist
Leslie Metcalf is entering her third full season with the Wolves after joining the organization in January 2016.
Her breadth of sales experience includes corporate, student life, tourism and youth development throughout the Chicago area.
Pawel Sienko Sales Development Manager
Pawel Sienko joined the Wolves in August 2013 as an inside sales representative. He received a promotion to Senior Account Executive in October 2017 and then Sales Development Manager in June 2018.
The 30-year-old native of Poland graduated from Ball State University, where he majored in Sport Administration and minored in Marketing.
Prior to joining the organization, he spent two years working for the ABA’s Indiana Diesels.
In his spare time, the Lisle resident enjoys playing basketball.
John Brooks Group Account Executive
John Brooks joined the Wolves organization as an inside sales representative in August 2014, was promoted to account representative in June 2015 and became a group account executive prior to the start of the 2016-17 season.
The South Holland native sold tickets for the Bloomington Thunder and Peoria Rivermen in the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) while completing his bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Illinois State University.
He served as the president and captain of ISU’s roller hockey team during his junior and senior years.
Michelle Alcazar Group Account Executive
Michelle Alcazar joined the Wolves in July 2017 as an inside sales representative before being promoted to Group Account Executive in October.
The Deerfield native came to the organization after graduating in June 2017 from DePaul University, where she double majored in Marketing and Sports Management.
While attending DePaul, the 23-year-old worked as a ticket representative in the athletic department and spent time as a fan services representative for the Chicago Bears. Alcazar served as a consultant for the American Hockey League’s San Diego Gulls to develop a marketing campaign focused on leveraging local partnerships and increasing ticket sales.
In her spare time, Alcazar enjoys exploring Chicago’s many neighborhoods, hiking and playing roller hockey.
Ann Pacione Group Account Executive
Ann Pacione joined the Wolves as a group account executive in August.
The 23-year-old comes to the front office after two years with the Grand Rapids Griffins, where her role ranged from fan services to inside sales. Additionally, she spent time with the ECHL’s Kalamazoo Wings — she was key in the execution of Kalamazoo’s Mighty Ducks Night that included specialty jerseys auctioned worldwide. She also helped secure an appearance by Matt Doherty, better known as Les Averman.
Pacione began her tenure in sports while studying at Western Michigan University, where she worked in the athletic department. Pacione graduated from WMU with a Marketing degree. She also spent time abroad at John Cabot University in Rome, where she studied international business.
The Michigan native grew up on the east side of the state in Bay City. Her family owned a horse farm that had tenants of many species and gave Pacione her passion for horseback riding, which she still does today.
Becky Pettersen Group Account Executive
Becky Pettersen joined the Wolves as a group account executive in September.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Pettersen has spent the bulk of her career with Starcom Worldwide. During her eight years with Starcom in Los Angeles, Pettersen worked on the Walt Disney Motion Pictures & Home Entertainment account. Prior to joining the Wolves, she served as media supervisor at Starcom Worldwide Headquarters in Chicago — executing media plans, leading internal teams and managing Starcom’s National Audio Center of Excellence that focused on negotiating holistic audio experiences and integrations for agency clients. The Glenview native has varied experience across the marketing, advertising and public relations fields.
Queen of impromptu dance parties, Pettersen resides with her husband, twin 10-year-olds and their cat, Marshmallow, in Des Plaines.
Brian Cyganek Account Representative
Brian Cyganek began his tenure with the Wolves in October 2016.
The 26-year-old account representative came to the Wolves from International Sports Management where he was an account executive.
In 2015, Cyganek graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Marketing/Management and a Business minor.
A competitive two-sport athlete growing up, the Illinois native now enjoys both basketball and baseball recreationally. He has also had the opportunity to play basketball with Marcus Jordan, son of six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan, in the Rising Stars All-Star Game as part of Joy of the Game.
Trevor Deimel Account Representative
Trevor Deimel joined the Wolves as an account representative in August.
Prior to joining the Wolves, Deimel spent time at Major League Soccer’s National Sales Center in Blaine, Minnesota. He has also worked as an intern for Michigan State University’s Athletic Department and the Lansing Lugnuts Class-A minor league baseball team.
The Grand Rapids, Michigan, native graduated from MSU’s Eli Broad College of Business in December 2017 with a Business Administration and Management degree.
In his spare time, Deimel enjoys partaking in competitive ultimate frisbee, playing the piano as well as watching sports with friends and family.
Katherine Damisch Marketing Coordinator
Katherine Damisch joined the Wolves in May 2016 as marketing coordinator.
The 28-year-old Chicago native received a B.A. in Theatre from Denison University in 2011 and graduated with a master’s degree in Sports Administration at Northwestern University in June 2017.
Along her path to the Wolves, Katherine earned experience at St. Joseph Services, Bredemann Ford and the Collaboraction Theatre Company.
Her skills as a pianist and a singer have enabled her to travel the world. She has performed in 40-plus countries across four continents.
Damisch and her husband, Kevin, reside in Glenview.
Michael DiGioia Inside Sales Representative
Michael DiGioia joined the Chicago Wolves in July.
The 23-year-old attended Bradley University and graduated in Spring 2018 with a Finance degree.
He was a two-sport athlete in high school – baseball and basketball – and grew up in Elk Grove Village where he still resides.
In his spare time, he still enjoys playing basketball and likes to unwind by watching movies.
Evan Puppolo Inside Sales Representative
Evan Puppolo joined the Chicago Wolves front office in July.
The 22-year-old graduated from the University of Iowa with a Marketing degree in Spring 2018.
Puppolo is a lifelong hockey player and has skated since age 5. He played three years of competitive high school hockey and his team finished second in the 2013 state tournament.
Prior to joining the Wolves, Puppolo spent time with the United States Hockey League’s Cedar Rapids Rough Riders and the Iowa Hawkeyes Athletic Department.
The Arlington Heights native was in attendance for Chicago’s last two championships – 2002 and 2008. A frequent traveler, Puppolo has also been to all 30 MLB stadiums.
Marko Stojic Inside Sales Representative
Marko Stojic joined the Chicago Wolves front office in July.
The Phoenix, Arizona, native graduated in May from Indiana University with a Sport Marketing and Management degree. During his college years, Stojic held positions with the Chicago Sky and Tulsa Shock. He also briefly led operations for the Indiana club hockey team.
Stojic is a former high school hockey player and scored the championship-winning goal for his team in the 2012 state tournament. Looking to exercise his athletic talents and check an item off his bucket list, he is training to compete as a pro wrestler.
The 23-year-old is also a musician – he plays drums, guitar and piano.
Alysia Zaucha Inside Sales Representative
Alysia Zaucha joined the Wolves as an inside sales representative in September.
Zaucha graduated from the University of Missouri in May with a degree in Parks, Recreation and Sport. She has earned experience working for the Schaumburg Boomers and Glenview Park Golf Club.
An Arlington Heights native, Zaucha is an award-winning three-sport varsity athlete at Hersey High School. Her name is on the school’s girls golf record board, along with her teammates, for low team score.
The 22-year-old likes to enjoy the Midwest summers either at the beach or on her family’s boat that docks in Racine, Wisconsin.
Kendall Hutchinson Ticket Sales and Services Coordinator
Kendall Hutchinson is entering his second full season with the Wolves after being hired as ticket sales and services coordinator in January 2017.
The Oak Park native attended the University of Missouri and graduated with a degree in Hospitality Management – with an emphasis on sports venue management – in 2014.
Prior to joining the Wolves full time, Hutchinson functioned as a game-night staff member for the ticket sales department.
The 27-year-old has also worked ticket operations for both the Chicago Bears and Cubs. Additionally, he worked stadium operations with the Normal Cornbelters (FL) baseball team.
Greg Sprott Director, Partnerships
Greg Sprott is entering his eighth season with the Wolves and third as director of partnerships.
Prior to joining the Wolves, Greg gained valuable experience with corporate partnerships working at Canlan Ice Sports, the Quad City River Bandits and General Motors.
Greg, his wife, Ashley, and their two sons reside in Glenview.
Doug Ferguson Sales Executive, Partnerships
Doug Ferguson joined the Wolves in June 2016 as a partnerships sales executive. The Mount Vernon, Illinois, native has been a part of several businesses, including a Fortune 500 company, in a development capacity.
The Chicago resident holds a master’s degree in Sports Administration from Northwestern University as well as a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Southern Illinois University.
In his spare time, he runs along Chicago’s lakefront and has run in three Chicago Marathons.
Timothy Weaver Sr. Manager, Partnerships & Media Sales
Timothy Weaver joined the Wolves organization in December 2016 as the Senior Manager of Partnerships and Media Sales. He brings considerable experience and expertise to his role as he worked three seasons with the Chicago Fire Soccer Club and 15 years in the broadcasting industry in Chicago for CBS Radio Group, Newsweb Radio Group and ESPN Audio and Digital Networks.
The DePaul graduate (bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a certificate in Integrated Marketing Communications) began his career in professional sports with the Fort Wayne Wizards, where he did everything from selling programs to washing uniforms to executing on-field promotions for the Class A Midwest League team.
The Fort Wayne, Indiana, native lives in Chicago’s Independence Park neighborhood with his wife and two children. He roots for the Cubs, Dallas Cowboys and Indiana Pacers when he’s not busy skiing, fishing, hunting or camping. And if you think you saw him on “The Jerry Springer Show” that one day, you’re right.
Katie Anstandig Client Services Manager, Partnerships
Katie Anstandig joined the Wolves in November 2017 as the Client Services Coordinator for our Partnerships department and earned a promotion to Client Services Manager in July.
Katie joined the Wolves after spending four years working for NBC Sports – coordinating the partnerships for the network’s action sports properties – and serving for 18 months at NBC 5 Chicago as the point person for sponsorship fulfillment and digital sales management.
The Upper Arlington, Ohio, native earned her bachelor’s degree at Denison University in 2011. During her time at the school, she earned All-American status four times in cross country and track and set multiple school records.
She lives in Arlington Heights with her husband, Scott, and their son, Oliver.
Brett Bennick Client Services Coordinator, Partnerships
Brett Bennick joined the Wolves as partnerships client services coordinator in September.
An Illinois native, Bennick grew up in Alsip before moving to Indiana to attend Ball State University. He graduated from the institution in 2014 with a Sport Administration degree.
Following graduation, Bennick spent almost five years in Nashville, Tennessee, as part of the Nashville Predators front office. He ascended the ladder in the ticket sales and services department to become a senior account executive. During the 2017-18 season, Bennick generated more than $1 million in overall revenue.
The 26-year-old enjoys spending time watching the Cubs at Wrigley Field or participating in recreational softball and hockey. Bennick is a longtime baseball player — he played four years in both high school and college. At Ball State, he also served two years as the president of the club baseball team.
Bennick and his fiancée, Emily, reside in Lombard.
Dan Harris Creative Services Director
Dan Harris is entering in his 11th season with the Wolves after joining the club in September 2008 as a game operations intern. He has earned a series of promotions during his tenure, including a move to creative services director in July 2017.
Prior to working for the Wolves, the 31-year-old graduate of Washington and Lee University served as the marketing intern for the Chicago Sky.
The Florida native lives in Chicago with his wife, Ashley – they welcomed their first child in October 2017.
Joe Muting Game Operations Assistant
Joe Muting is entering his third season with the Wolves as game operations assistant. In his role, Muting aids both the game operations and community relations departments with a primary focus on overseeing Wolves mascot, Skates, and the kids club, Skates Mates.
Prior to joining the organization, Muting spent two years with the Peoria Rivermen (SPHL) where he worked in both game operations and ticket sales. He was a key contributor in promoting and selling out Riverman home games during the club’s 2016 playoff run.
Muting is a proud graduate of Bradley University where he earned a B.S. in Sports Communications with a minor in Social Media Marketing.
Raised in the Chicago suburbs, Muting is an avid golfer.
Anthony Domalewski Community Relations Assistant
Anthony Domalewski joined the Wolves in January 2018 as a community relations assistant.
Prior to joining the organization, the 22-year-old worked for the USHL’s Chicago Steel and the NFL’s Chicago Bears.
The Mokena native attended DePaul University, where he was graduated in 2017 with a Communications and Media major and a Digital Cinema minor.
Kylie Thomas Community Relations Assistant
Kylie Thomas joined the Wolves as a community relations assistant in April 2018.
The 23-year-old Indianapolis native comes to Chicago after spending a year with Butler University’s athletics department as the development assistant. Additionally, Thomas served in a marketing capacity for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Thomas graduated for Indiana University in May 2017 with a degree in Sport Communication and Sport Marketing and Management. During her collegiate tenure, Thomas spent a summer studying abroad in London.
An avid reader and outdoor enthusiast, Thomas resides in Chicago.
Imran Javed Digital Content Manager
Imran Javed is in his 13th season with the Wolves after joining the team in May 2005.
Prior to joining the organization, the 42-year-old served as a package and print designer for Adam’s Apple and Republic Tobacco.
The Chicago native graduated from Pratt Institute in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Design.
Javed and his wife, Jessie, live in Skokie with their two golden retrievers, Joplin and Penny.
Troy Mueller Senior Graphic Designer
Troy Mueller is in his seventh season with the Wolves as a graphic designer.
He possesses a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from Robert Morris University.
Prior to joining the Wolves, the 31-year-old Las Vegas native held internships with both IT Supplies and Upstaging Lighting and Trucking.
Joshua Villanueva Graphic Designer
Joshua Villanueva joined the Chicago Wolves in September 2016 as a graphic design intern and earned a full-time position as a graphic designer in July 2017.
Prior to entering the workforce full time, Villanueva attended DeVry University and earned a B.S. in Multimedia Design and Development.
A sports enthusiast, Villanueva has always dreamed of working in professional sports and gaining the opportunity to work for a Chicago team is among his greatest professional accomplishments in his young career.
Growing up in Chicago – and spending summers in Puerto Rico – Villanueva played a variety of sports: basketball, volleyball, hockey and soccer. In addition, he played baseball for 12 years before having to give up his passion due to injury. He is also a green belt in judo.
Athleticism runs in Villanueva’s family as he is related to former Chicago Cubs left-handed relief pitcher Guillermo “Willie” Hernandez. Hernandez was just the third player to win the Cy Young Award, MVP Award and World Series in the same season when he completed the feat during the 1984 campaign with the Detroit Tigers.
Ron Storto Executive Television Producer
Ron Storto has spent the last 13 seasons with the Wolves, which includes 12 as the organization’s executive television producer.
The River Forest native oversees the team’s television packages. The Wolves broadcast the majority of their regular-season games on CW50 and The U Too.
Prior to joining the Wolves, Storto spent 12 years on Chicago White Sox and Chicago Blackhawks broadcasts as he worked his way up from graphics to executive producer. A graduate of Oak Park-River Forest High School and Columbia College in Chicago, Storto joined the industry with SportsVision in 1986 and stayed with the station during its transition to SportsChannel, Fox Sports Channel, Fox SportsNet and Comcast.
The 56-year-old Storto resides in Chicago.
Cameron Most Producer
Cameron Most is entering his fourth season with the Wolves. Prior to joining the organization in October 2015, Most worked for a small sports photography company and freelanced.
The Wheaton native graduated from Northern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree of Media Studies in 2014.
An audiophile, Most has a large record collection and will listen to it any chance he gets.
Jack Sullivan Production Assistant
Jack Sullivan joined the Wolves as production assistant in September.
A self-proclaimed die-hard Chicago sports fan, Sullivan has also worked for the Chicago Bears and Cubs.
The Northbrook native participates in recreational sports including pick-up basketball, softball and golf. In high school, Sullivan played lacrosse and soccer.
Being active is a large part of Sullivan’s lifestyle. But if he were found vegging on the couch, he would be watching his favorite movie “Hoop Dreams.”
Sullivan graduated from Indiana University in 2017 with a degree in Sport Communications.
Ross Dettman Team Photographer
Ross Dettman has served as the Wolves’ team photographer for all 24 seasons.
A renowned sports photographer, Dettman’s career began during his time as a student at the University of Illinois-Chicago. While pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering, Dettman was a student photographer and covered the UIC Flames hockey team.
Dettman has had the privilege of shooting a variety of major sporting events – most multiple times – including the Super Bowl, World Series, Stanley Cup Final, NCAA Frozen Four, NCAA Final Four, NCAA Women’s Final Four, ALCS, NLCS, Calder Cup Final, Turner Cup Final, NHL All-Star Game, MLB All-Star Game and has provided images for more than 40 spreads in ESPN The Magazine.
His portfolio also boasts a Sports Emmy he earned while working for ESPN on a visual piece entitled “No Love Lost” and an ESPY for his work on the Outside the Lines piece “A Man Obsessed.”
One of Dettman’s more recent ESPN projects is “From Tree to Tipoff” that showcases the start-to-finish creation of the floor for the 2017 NCAA Final Four.
Aside from sports, Dettman shoots a multitude of subjects including landscapes and urban culture. He also continues to invest in the latest, cutting-edge technology and experiment with techniques to provide the highest quality, most unique images possible.
To see Dettman’s latest projects, visit his website, follow his Instagram or like his Facebook page.