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Brad Loper Biography, Age, Family, Married and Net Worth

Brad Loper is an American photojournalist, best known for winning the Pulitzer Prize for his breaking news photography during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. He is also known the first recipient of the Don Wilberforce Memorial Scholarship awarded in 1989.

Brad Loper Biography

Brad Loper is an American photojournalist, best known for winning the Pulitzer Prize for his breaking news photography during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. He is also known the first recipient of the Don Wilberforce Memorial Scholarship awarded in 1989.

Brad Loper Age

Brad Loper was born in Amarillo, Texas, on August 17th, 1970. He is 39 years old as of 2018.

Brad Loper Family | Young

There is no information about Brad’s family, he has not also shared about his early life and how he was raised up. he has also not shared about his parents and their occupation. There is also no information about him having siblings.

Brad Loper Married | Children

He has married twice in May 1995 and has four children together: three boys, Nathaniel, Ian, Gabe, and their daughter, Jacqueline, whom they adopted from China in 2009.

Brad Loper Education

He was enrolled and later graduated from Tascosa High school where he moved on to attend Amarillo College, subsequently transferring to the University of Texas at Arlington.

Brad Loper Career

While in school (UTA), Loper worked as a staff photographer at The Shorthorn. He graduated from UTA with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications (Photojournalism) in 1993. Soon after graduating, Loper began interning with the Topeka Capital-Journal in Topeka, Kansas. Following his time in Kansas, Loper interned with the Palm Beach Post in Palm Beach, Florida, before earning a full-time position with the Arlington Morning News as a staff photographer in Arlington, Texas.

Brad Loper

The local competitor at the time, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Fort Worth, Texas, subsequently led to the dismissal of The Arlington Morning News, in Arlington, Texas, allowing Loper to join The Dallas Morning News in 2001 as a staff photographer. In 2005, Loper was one of 20 photographers sent to cover the aftershock of Hurricane Katrina. He was one of the eight photographers awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography.

Loper has photographed notable events like the Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster in 2003 and the U.S. Republican National Conventions in 2004 and 2008. He also covered the Dallas Mavericks throughout the playoffs, including their appearance in the NBA Finals in 2006. In 2007, he began working as an adjunct faculty instructor at his alma mater, the University of Texas at Arlington, use footnote number to a link where he now serves as a senior lecturer, teaching photojournalism courses. While enrolled at UTA, Loper met his wife Adrienne while working at The Shorthorn. He was a staff photographer and she was a beat reporter.

Brad Loper Net Worth

Brad estimated net worth is under review, there is no information about his net worth or salary but he is said to have been earning a huge salary from his work.

Brad Loper Twitter

Heika: My guess as to why the Stars have struggled with first-round picks

Is there any way that the Stars would trade up in the draft? Maybe package a player and a pick to get a top prospect

I do not believe that is in their plans. I don’t think there is anyone they want so badly that they are willing to give up what it would cost to move up.

 

I’ve been reading about NHL scouting and height bias. For example, selecting based on the Central Scouting ranking has no correlation with NHL games played, yet selecting on actual point production has a strong correlation. That makes me nervous about drafting Lawson Crouse. I’m intrigued by Travis Konecny, who one scouting report said was “as exciting as Kate Upton in a wet bikini contest.”

It’s a gamble trying to bet on 18-year-olds who played in different leagues. In talking with Stars people, they say they are not always honest in their assessment when talking to reporters or “draft experts”, so my guess is other teams are the same. If the mock draft people are basing their assessments on what they hear from scouts, and the scouts aren’t always honest, then the only true read we’ll get is on draft day. I hear good things about Konecny. I also hear good things about Timo Meier. So who will be available for the Stars in the first round?