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The management and staff at Callam Sports Photography each bring unique talents to the business, but the one thing that we are passionate about is photography. With decades of experience between us, we have learned how to make photo day great for both the participants and the parents.

You can reach us by email at: and by phone at: 402-499-5630.

Several of the photographers that you will see wandering the sidelines at the events we cover and who produce the wonderful images that you enjoy, are shown here.

Steve Branscombe

Capturing the action and emotions on the field of play is what Steve has done full time since retiring from the corporate world. He brings his passion for sports to every assignment as he photographs athletes giving their finest efforts, celebrating victories, and agonizing over close calls. Steven has worked for Callam Sports for over five years. He also covers major college sports in the mid-western part of the country including the College World Series, the US Olympic Swim Trials, and the US Figure Skating Championships in addition to sports for Creighton University, Bellevue University, and the University of Nebraska. Steve’s work has been published in Sports Illustrated, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, ESPN the magazine, as well as many other publications and online sources.
Steve is a native of Lincoln, New Hampshire and a graduate of Georgia Tech with a degree in Industrial Engineering. He lives with his wife, Mary Beth, in Omaha, Nebraska. While at Georgia Tech, Steven worked on the school newspaper and claims to have been in the press box for the now famous “Rudy” game at Notre Dame.

Carol Welker

I first started as a sports photographer like many others, when my children first started getting involved in activities and wanted to capture those moments. I was then asked to capture moments for other parents and have now been a part of the Callam Sports Photography team for two years. As a former athlete and coach I love to watch the games through the lens of a camera. It gives such a different perspective when you look for the action and emotions involved in a competition or activity and capturing those for others to enjoy.

I currently teach at UNL and am involved in the Coaching Endorsement Program thru the College of Education and Human Sciences. My husband and I have 2 children ages 20 and 18. As a semi-professional photographer, I also shoot senior and family portraits as well as wildlife and nature photos.

Teresa Conway

Teresa Prince Conway earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her work has been published in the Lincoln Journal Star, Omaha World-Herald, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She does freelance photography with experience in news, sports, portraits and weddings. She is also trained as an ultrasound technologist; so she makes images with light and sound. You can see more of her work at

Dennis Hubbard

Based out of Lincoln, Nebraska, Dennis has been a free-lance sports photographer since retiring from the military in 1992. Originally a native of Beatrice, Nebraska, he served most of twenty-two years as a photojournalist in the U. S. Coast Guard.

During his sports photography career he has covered the NFL and major league baseball for Topps Cards Company in addition to shooting minor league baseball, college and high school football, basketball, baseball, tennis, softball, soccer, volleyball, gymnastics, golf and track. From 1998-2003 he worked as sports editor for the Plattsmouth Journal. Dennis has been a regular shooter for Callam Sports since 2010.