Chamberlain Smith Biography
Chamberlain Smith is a photography intern for the University of Georgia Athletic Association. She was hurt on November 16, 2019 while working along the sidelines during Georgia’s game with Auburn when Georgia running back Brian Herrien run out of bounds and into her.
Chamberlain Smith Photographer
Chamberlain is a photojournalist and lifestyle photographer with a degree in photojournalism from the University of Georgia. In May 2017 to August 2017 she worked as a director of photography and social media at Camp Woodmont Summer Camp. In December 2017 she joined the Red & Black Publishing Co. as an assistant photo editor. She also worked as a photographer and recreation director at Camp Homelani. In January 2019 she joined Victoria Advocate as a photojournalism intern until July 2019.
Chamberlain Smith Injury
On November 16, 2019 Chamberlain was injured and knocked unconscious when Brian Herrien, Georgia running back, run out of bounds and into her during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Auburn. She was kneeling close to the 5-yard line doing camera work as Herrien’s lower body collided with her head area, where she was holding the camera.
A scary scene at the Auburn game. A Georgia student photographer, according to reports, run over by Bulldogs RB Brian Herrien.
She was down motionless for several minutes before she was strapped into a stretcher and taken off the field. pic.twitter.com/45uqVJhW8i
— Jeff Nowak (@Jeff_Nowak) November 16, 2019
She was knocked backward and remained motionless on the ground for several minutes in front of where the Auburn student section is located. She was loaded onto a stretcher and her eyes were open as she was carted off the field. She could be seen communicating with medical personnel as she was taken off.
Smith had a bruise on her right eye as she was taken off the field and was transported to East Alabama Medical Center for treatment.
The young lady injured before halftime is Chamberlain Smith, and she does a wonderful job of taking photos at games. She is from Ringgold, and the Times Free Press has used many, many of her outstanding photos. Our thoughts and prayers are obviously with her.
— David Paschall (@DavidSPaschall) November 16, 2019
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