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André Brooks

André Brooks

André Brooks is a photographer with BFA in Photo and Digital Media at the University of Houston. He was part of the UH Photo Student Association Zine in 2013 and 2014, and has been featured in group exhibitions around the city of Houston. He is current member of The Overtime Page where he received the T.O.P photo of the year in 2014 and 2016 and T.O.P photographer of the year in 2016. In 2014, he also received the Society of Professional Journalist Region 8 Honorable Mention for Sports Photographer in a large university.

André plans to pursue a career as a freelance photographer. He hopes to one day become a sports photographer for Getty Sports and AP, so he can achieve his goal of having his own studio where he can shoot photography and make short films and start his own sports network.

The Houston Cougars close their season with a big win over conference-rival Cincinnati Bearkats. They finish the year with a 22-8 (12-6) record after the 69-56 win. Photos by Andre Brooks

With over 21,000 fans in attendance, the Houston Dynamo faced the New England Revolution at home for their season opener. 6 different players scored in the game, including a big goal by Daigo Kobayashi in the 3rd minute of stoppage time to end the game in a 3-3 tie. Photos by …

The Houston Cougars continue its losing streak as they drop their fourth game in a row against the UTSA Roadrunners. Houston’s relief pitching gives up no runs in the final 5.2 innings, but the offense wasn’t there as they lose 3-2. Photos by Andre Brooks

The Houston Cougars rallied back, and even gained the lead, against the Temple Owls, but it wasn’t enough to get the victory as they dropped a close one, 66-69. Rob Gray Jr (20), Damyean Dotson (20) and Devonta Pollard (19) combined for 59 of the Cougars’ points in the loss. …

Houston Cougar Baseball opens up its season with a routing of the Villanova Wildcats in a 13-1 victory. Starting pitcher Andrew Lantrip allows only 2 hits, no runs and strikes out 5 batters in 6 innings pitched.

Protesters from United We Dream took over the freeway overpass on Highway 59 and Tuam holding signs reading, “Can’t Trust Rubio.”

The Houston Cougars bounce back big after a loss, defeating the Memphis Tigers 98-90. Devonta Pollard puts up a career-high 34 points in the victory. Photos by Andre Brooks and Colby Deal

The Houston Cougars win back-to-back conference match ups as they roll over the Central Florida Knights, 82-58. Devonta Pollard led the way with 16 points. Photos by Andre Brooks

The UH Cougars get revenge and pull off the upset as they drop #12 SMU at home, 71-68. Devonta Pollard scored 23 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to give Houston their biggest win in years. Photos by Andre Brooks

The University of Houston Cougars drop back-to-back games for only the first time this season as they played host to conference-rival UConn Huskies, losing 69-57. Despite having three players in double-digit scoring, Houston drops to 13-4, 3-2 in conference play. Photos by Andre Brooks