Brittany provides content during Premier Basketball events such as graphics, photographs, videos, highlights, social media content, and interviews. There will be purchasable action shots post-event as well as requested through email@example.com.
Brittany comes to Premier Basketball after much experience in the game as both a player and on staff at Division 1 institutions:
Brittany Graham is freelance a Creative Sports Photographer and Digital Media Content Creator, located in the DFW since May of 2019. Since 2013, Graham has held a variety of positions in college athletics giving her a diverse skillset, which has now allowed her to showcase her work in a wide range of ways. She now provides creative sports photography for local high schools, personal trainers, and professional athletes, in addition to custom graphics and social media branding consulting for athletes and small businesses.
Most recently, Graham served as the Director of Video and Creative Content for the University of Alabama Women’s Basketball Team, helping manage the team’s social media accounts, creating recruiting mail-outs, in addition to all video coordinator responsibilities.
In 2018, she worked at the Big 12 Conference (Irving, TX) as a Digital Media Correspondent providing digital and social media presence at various Big 12 Championship events, helped plan and coordinate Basketball and Football Media Days, while creating other original video content on conference student-athletes.
Other past work experience includes The University of Denver Director of Women’s Basketball Operations and Berry College (Rome, GA) Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach where she helped grow both teams’ social media accounts from the ground up, maintained team’s budget and travel expenses, planned all on-campus recruiting visits, organized team summer camps, and more.
Graham earned a Division I basketball scholarship from Georgia State University graduating with a bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Journalism. She also received her Master’s in Sport Administration from Georgia State while serving as a Volunteer Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Emory University.
Graham grew up in a family of basketball as her father Paul coached men’s basketball at Division I schools: SMU, New Mexico, Oklahoma State, Washington State, Colorado, and Georgia State, and now currently at Skyline High School (Dallas). Her older brother Nick, also played in college at Washington State University.