Ray stubblebine — photojournalist



Award winning professional photojournalist with wide experience covering major international and national sporting events, politics, news and news feature stories for newspapers and wire services. Experienced in organizing coverage, editing and preparing captioned photographs for wire transmission to worldwide clients. Knowledgeable in all facets of photography from large and medium format cameras through 35mm to digital.  Use both Windows and Macintosh computer platforms with Photoshop to produce digital images for newspaper and magazine use. Also familiar with InDesign and major word processing programs.


Reuters News Pictures, New York, contract photographer; 1988-present

The Associated Press, The New York Times, New York Post, freelance; 1987-1990

New York Newsday, New York, staff photographer; 1987

The Associated Press, New York, staff photographer; 1971-1987

Evening and Sunday Bulletin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, staff photographer; 1968-1971

Courier-Post, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, summer intern photographer; 1966


Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York: Seminar in color communication photography, 1975

Thiel College, Greenville, Pennsylvania: BA Political Science, 1968 (Editor-in-chief of student yearbook, Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges)

Cherry Hill High School, Cherry Hill, New Jersey: graduated, 1964



From 1971 until 1987 was a staff photographer for The Associated Press in New York, covering sports and news stories. For eleven years was one of the AP's main sports photographers, regularly covering baseball spring training camps in Florida, league playoffs and the World Series as well as the NFL playoffs and Super Bowl, college and professional basketball championships, NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, the U.S. Open tennis championships, professional golf and championship boxing.

Covered the 1980 (Moscow) and 1984 (Los Angeles) Olympics.

Assigned to photograph most of the presidential nominating conventions1972-84 and subsequent campaigns and inaugurations. Covered Lyndon Johnson’s funeral.

Was on the AP crew that covered the "Jonestown Massacre" in Guyana.

Covered part of the "Iranscam" congressional hearings for Newsday.

Since 1988 have been a full-time contract photographer for Reuters in New York. For Reuters covered the 1992 (Barcelona) , 1996 (Atlanta), and  2004 Olympics (Athens), as well as the 1994 World Cup, most NFL Super Bowls, and various baseball playoff and World Series games and the 1992 Democratic National Convention. Covered the September 11 terror attack on the World Trade Center. Photographs selected for the covers and content of two books by Reuters: September 11: A Testimony and After September 11: New York and the World.


National Press Photographers Association (formerly Region 3 clip contest chairman for three years)

New York Press Photographers Association (currently President—3rd term)


Philadelphia Press Photographers Association competition (twice)

Pittsburgh Press Photographers Association competition

Pennsylvania Press Photographers Association contest

Ohio Press Photographers Association competition

Connecticut Press Photographers Association contest

New Jersey Press Association contest

National  Press Photographers Association Northern Short Course competition


Pictures of the Year: Third Place in General News, 1971 and Third Place in Campaign '72, 1972

Associated Press Managing Editor's Award for Photographic Performance: 1977, 1983

Associated Press Sports Editors Association "Sports Photo of the Year": 1978 (the first such award), 1987 and 1989

National Press Photographers Association Region 3 "Photographer of the Year": 1975

New Jersey Press Photographers Association "Photographer of the Year": 1976

New York Press Photographers Association: Over 70 awards including 21 first places: 1973-2010

New Jersey Press Photographers Association: Over 42 awards including eight first places and a "Best in Show": 1972-83

Professional Football Hall of Fame contest: honorable mention 1986

Photo “Uniting Their Thoughts” is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and was exhibited as one of the One Hundred Best Front Page Photos published in The New York Times: 1998



National Press Photographers Association Region 3 Education Day, Washington DC, 1978

New Jersey Press Photographers Association: Several education day seminars


Married with two children.

Chairman of the Oradell, New Jersey, Zoning Board of Adjustment.

A member of the Board of Trustees of The Craftsman Farms Foundation, the organization that manages the Gustav Stickley Museum in Parsippany, New Jersey. [click here to go to The Stickley Museum website]

Writer and speaker on the Arts and Crafts movement in America with articles and photographs published in Style 1900, Old House Journal, Old House Interiors, New Jersey Monthly, New Jersey Design, American Bungalow and The New York Times. Three times a speaker at the Grove Park Inn National Conference on the Arts and Crafts in Asheville, North Carolina.

Have restored and live in a National Historic Register home designed by Gustav Stickley, a turn-of-the century designer and furniture maker.

Member of Grace Lutheran Church in River Edge, New Jersey, and a choir member. [click here to go to church website] [click here for Grace Concerts web site]

First book: Stickley’s Craftsman Homes [click here to go to site] was published by Gibbs-Smith Publishers in Fall of 2006.


welcome to the world as seen through my eyes

Ray Stubblebine

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