Eagle Eye Imaging
Eagle Eye Imaging features an extensive catalog of wildilfe and cat photographs, and has had work featured in hundreds of books, magazines, newspapers, calendars, print advertisements, television productions and products.
Founded in 1997 by Tony and Jennifer Campbell, Eagle Eye Imaging moved exclusively to microstock in 2005 and currently has work represented by eight microstock distributors. With more than 100,000 image licenses sold to buyers, the company has become a leader in the animal photography microstock world.
Images have appeared in publications and productions by National Geographic Kids, Animal Planet, The Discovery Channel, Cat Fancy, the Weather Channel among others. A more extensive list of publishing credits is available upon request.
In addition to still photography, Eagle Eye Imaging now offers broadcast quality 4K and HD footage to its catalog. Elk and white-tailed deer, as well as cats and kittens, are among the most popular subjects. Footage is available for purchase primarily from Shutterstock and Pond5.
Tony and Jennifer Campbell are available for speaking events that include both photos and video, and the presentation can be customized to fit clients' needs. Common topics include:
- Basic Photography Pet and wildlife photography
- General Wildlife photography - species specific
- How to make money with your photographs
- Children's presentation - cute and fun photos
In addition to his work with Eagle Eye Imaging, Tony Campbell serves as photography services manager for Indiana State University in Terre Haute, IN. While at Indiana State, Tony has had the opportunity to photograph thousands of events and activities, marketing shoots and NCAA Division I athletics.
In addition to work on campus, he has provided international photography coverage of events in Italy, China, Brazil and Morocco.
His work has been recognized by CASE V, the University Photographers' Association of America and U.S. News and World Report. Before Indiana State University, Tony served as chief photographer of the Effingham Daily News.
Tony lives in rural Dennison, IL, with his wife, Jennifer, and two children, Matthew and Emily, and a number of cats.