Kevin D. Liles is a documentary, portrait, and
commercial photographer for the Atlanta Falcons,
providing content for their social media, and a regular
contributor to The New York Times. Kevin specializes in
creating narrative, layered, and powerful images for his
Current clients include Sports Illustrated, Golf
Magazine, BuzzFeed, The Associated Press, NBA
Entertainment, Atlanta Braves, Georgia Public
Broadcasting, Toyota, Clayton State University,
University of Georgia, and The John Maxwell Co.
Kevin is a member of the National Press Photographer’s
Association, and has served as president of the Atlanta
Photojournalism Seminar since 2010. The Atlanta
Photojournalism Seminar is the longest continuously
running photojournalism seminar in the United States,
whose speakers throughout the years have included
Pulitzer Prize winners, photographer of the year
winners, major magazine and wire service
photographers, influential directors of photography,
important educators in photojournalism, academia, and
others important in this profession.
Kevin was a 2011 graduate of Clayton State University
with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Media
Studies with a minor in Art History.