You could say Greg Sadler Photography was established with my first professional gig when just in junior high school. Officially launched in 1981 as J&G Graphics and Photography, we enjoyed great client relationships with organizations such as the University of Michigan, DuMouchelle Art Galleries and Wayne State University School of Medicine. After going digital, we later reemerged as Greg Sadler Photography, LLC in 2004. Initially specializing in high school cross country, track and swimming, we soon expanded to local running events, corporate and family photography. With fifteen-plus photographers, Greg Sadler Photography has grown into a very well respected and sought after photography team. Whether shooting sporting events, corporate and product shoots, or family portraiture, we continually surprise and delight our clients. Assignments have brought us to several states in the United States as well as the United Kingdom and South Africa.
Our clients include notables as Ford Motor Company, The University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Wayne State University, Society of Automotive Engineers, Original Equipment Suppliers Association, Society of Automotive Analysts, Motor Equipment and Remanufactures Association, TUV SUD Group, The Innovo Group, The Brooksie Foundation, The Live Like Andi Foundation, Trinity Health, UA Plumbers and Pipe-fitters Semper Fi Pure Michigan, The American Cancer Society and more.
Race clients include EPIC Races, Trinity Health, EZ Run Events, Running Fit, Elite Endeavors, The Brooksie Way, Gault Race Management, Wayne County, Northville Road Runners, Champions for Charity, Lifetime Fitness, Girls on the Run, Streamline Events, International Triathlon Union and others.
Publications include but are not limited to People, Cosmopolitan, SHAPE , Runner’s World, Running Times, Ultra Runner, Trail Runner, The Wall Street Journal, Silent Sports Magazine, Outdoor Athlete, Ohio Athlete, Trail Runner, Detroit Monthly (now known as HOUR Detroit), Michigan Runner and too many newspapers to mention.