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Meet our Team!

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Jeff Scudder


A photographer for over 20 years, Jeff enjoys capturing the excitement of the competition and energy of the athletes. Jeff is originally from Chicago, Illinois and lives in Loudoun County with his wife, Betsy. He is the proud parent of two Broad Run graduates and one Stone Bridge graduate. Click here to see Jeff’s galleries.

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Amanda Poffenberger

A lover of photographer since she was little, and a professional since 2019, Mandy loves capturing athletes in action and also in between all the excitement. Mandy is originally from Lykens, Pennsylvania and moved to the DC area over 20 years ago. She lives in Loudoun County with her husband and their son, who attends Broad Run High School. Click here to see Mandy’s galleries. Check out her portrait photography business at, on Facebook @AmandaPoffenbergerPhotography and on Instagram @mandypoff. Anyone who contacts her for a photo session and mentions Viva Loudoun will save $50 off a half-hour session and $100 off an hour session.

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Art Pittman

Art currently lives in the Potomac Falls/Cascades/Sterling portion of Loudoun County, but is originally from North Carolina.  A photographer for over 25 years and professional for 12,  Art enjoys shooting sports because of the energy and excitement that exists within those individuals playing the game. Art lives in the Dominion High School pyramid and shoots primarily Dominion and Potomac Falls. He also works with George Mason University and Georgetown University, and has shot under contract for USA Today. He has provided images to the Washington Post, Atlantic 10 Conference, Big East Conference, James Madison University, Hofstra University, and the Eastern Wrestling League.  Check out Art's website,, follow him on Twitter @artpittman or on Instagram @artpittman.

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Anthony Wu

Anthony hails from Virginia and has been a photographer for four years.  He enjoys photography to capture the moment to look back upon.  He likes to freeze motion in ways the human eye cannot perceive, and see details in the macro world that others cannot see.  For sports photography, he likes to catch the faces of athletes in the split seconds that people normally cannot notice.  Anthony studied Neuroscience at Virginia Tech, but decided photography was a lot more fun.  He also takes underclassmen photos for Victor O'Neill Studios and outside of sports, likes to shoot wildlife such as birds, landscapes, street, macro and long exposure photography.  Click here to view Anthony's galleries.  Click here to Anthony's photography portfolio and check him out on Instagram.

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Bill Vocke

Bill has been a photographer for over 45 years, and loves photography because pictures capture a moment in time that will never happen again. They bring back long-forgotten memories years after they are captured. He hails from Leesburg, but is originally from Pennsylvania. Click here to see Bill’s galleries.

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Chuck Moore

Chuck has been shooting since the age of 5 when his grandfather taught him to use his Polaroid Land Cameras (the one's with the retractable bellows!). Since then he’s covered NFL, NCAA, High School and Youth football, basketball, baseball, volleyball and soccer. As a news and event photographer he’s been published in local, regional, national and international sports and news outlets. Most recently he covered U.N Climate Change Conference events in Madrid, Marrakesh and Geneva. An E-Discovery consultant by day, Chuck has been the team photographer for Briar Woods football since their inaugural varsity season in 2006. He spends his down time on wildlife, landscape and street photography trying to re-create the images he sees in his "minds eye."  Click here to view Chuck's galleries.  Check out Chuck's business website here, on Facebook, Twitter, and on Instagram (Chuck), (Chuck's business).

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Pete Felber

Pete's been a hobbyist over 30 years and has shot semi-professionally for over ten.  He was introduced to photography by his  grandfather and a Yashica TLR camera. He was inspired by magazines, the Instagram of the 70s and 80s, such as National Geographic, Life and Sports Illustrated which were always around. While he  didn't read many of the articles, he was captivated by the images they brought to life. His love of photography only grew deeper when he began to shoot sports. To "freeze" the athleticism in motion and capture the emotion of competition has become a primary motivating factor in his photography.  Pete has lived in Leesburg for over 20 years, grew up primarily in Fairfax, but also points abroad as part of a military family in the US Air Force.  Check out Pete on Flickr, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Robert Shirley

Robert hails from Shippensburg, Pennsylvania and has been a photographer for over 20 years.  He loves photography so he can share with others how he sees the world.  Robert also teaches middle school technical education and robotics.  Check him out on Twitter @TechRoomFun, and click here to see Robert’s galleries.

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Scott Sikes

Scott loved photography since he attended high school, but It wasn’t until 2020 that he really started to get serious about photography, largely inspired by the Viva Loudoun team. He’s always had an interest in photography, and wanted to capture moments when his daughter was a baby. He’s the team photographer for the John Champe cheer squad and loves candid photos the best. He also shoots photos for other teams at Champe. Click here to see Scott’s galleries. Click here to see Scott’s photography business website, and @scottsikesphotography to follow Scott on Instagram.

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Trish Baer

Originally from Buffalo, New York, Trish has been a photographer for over 24 years.  She started in photography as many do, to capture moments in time as her children grew up.  As they grew and began playing sports, so did her passion for photography.  She loves to capture the excitement and emotions pf a game.  Trish believe's there's nothing better than looking through old photos and reminiscing.  Click here to see Trish’s galleries.

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