Legends of Photography: Lucy Nicholson

Lucy Nicholson is a news and sports photographer who has covered countless sporting events, including NBA games alongside Andy, seven Olympics, and the FIFA Women's World Cup. She was a 2019 Pulitzer Prize winner in Breaking News Photography for Reuters team coverage of migration. She contributed a video story to Reuters' Emmy-nominated documentary project 'Times of Crisis.’

Legends of Photography: Atiba Jefferson

Andy and Atiba Jefferson catch up about their early days of working together and discuss the similarities between photographing basketball and skateboarding. Jefferson just shot his 100th cover for Slam Magazine and has photographed skateboarding extensively for over 20 years.

Legends of Photography: Bruce Bennett

Legendary hockey photographer, Bruce Bennett, shares some of his favorite memories and how his path with Andy has crossed over the years. Bennett was introduced to hockey when his mother took him to a minor league game at Madison Square Garden and he recalls falling in love with the excitement of the sport. Andy grew up a big-time Rangers fan at MSG.

Pro Boxing Photographer Mikey Wiliams Discusses the Return of Live Boxing

Andy catches up with Mikey Williams, photographer for Top Rank Boxing, who photographed the first live boxing match held during the COVID-19 pandemic on...

Legends of Photography: Mikey Williams

Andy catches up with Mikey Williams, photographer for Top Rank Boxing, who photographed the first live boxing match held during the COVID-19 pandemic on June 9.

Legends of Photography: Walter Iooss

Described as “the poet laureate of sports,” Bernstein hosts Walter Iooss in the Legendary Photographers Series of the Legends of Sport podcast. Iooss shot his first Sports Illustrated cover at age 19 and hundreds of covers since.

Legends of Photography: Nathaniel S. Butler

Andrew D. Bernstein and Nathaniel S. Butler have photographed more than 35 NBA Finals together as the senior official NBA photographers and first met at the 1986 All-Star game in Dallas, TX. Based in the New York area, Butler has been covering the New York Knicks and New Jersey/Brooklyn Nets for the NBA since 1984.

Neil Leifer

On this episode of Legends Of Sport, Andy chats with legendary sports photographer, and one of Andy's personal mentors, the great Neil Leifer. Andy reminisces on the first time that he and Neil met, and the mentorship that Neil provided when Andy was a young photographer (10:45). Neil also shares how he got his start in sports photography by wheeling veterans around Yankee Stadium in 1958 (14:55). He also discusses how luck happened, because he prepared enough to be in the right places at the right times (22:18), and he shares stories about working with his favorite subject, Muhammad Ali (1:03).

John McDonough – Picture Perfect

Award-winning sports photojournalist, John McDonough, has been a contributing photographer to Sports Illustrated for over thirty years. If there has been a major sporting event over that period then chances are that John has been there with a camera. He has covered a variety of sporting events over the years including the Super Bowl, NCAA Final Four, NBA Playoffs, the World Series, and the Summer Olympics. This week we sit down with him to discuss the state of the ever changing sports photography industry, Sports Illustrated's impact on the world of sports, and some of his most memorable shots.

Jon SooHoo – Through A Dodger’s Lens

Fourth generation Angeleno, Jon SooHoo, grew up with a view of Dodger Stadium from his backyard, listening to Vin Scully's broadcasts never imagining that one day he'd become the LA Dodgers team photographer. From his days covering the USC Trojans in college to eventually becoming the LA Dodgers official team photographer in 1995, Jon has covered every major sporting event from the Stanley Cup, the Super Bowl, the World Series, and the NBA Finals. Here, Jon discusses his shooting process, the iconic shots from Kirk Gibson's '88 World Series Home Run, as well as, how sports photography is changing with the rapid advancement of technology in and around the industry.

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