Ed JayEd Jay started to shoot sports for his kids during their high school years. Since 2010, Jay has covered professional sports through his lens. He has photographed significant figures in the tech industry through clients in Silicon Valley. He is also a fashion, runway and events photographer. His images have appeared in the likes of Oakland magazine, Alameda magazine, SI.com, New York Times, venturebeat.com, wsj.com, forbes.com and Sports Business Journal.
Kenny KarstKenny Karst is an accomplished landscape and sports photographer. His imagery of Yosemite National Park, where he works and resides, has been published by CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Sunset magazine and numerous international and domestic travel magazines. In his role with The Ultimate Sports Guide, Karst covers collegiate athletics at Stanford, San Jose State and Fresno State, and he also works San Francisco Giants and 49ers games. Karst is also retained by Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) to photograph minor-league games for MiLB.com.
Kenneth WongKenneth Wong began his career as a professional photographer in 2007, and he has been honing his craft in Northern California for over seven years. Lately he has become fascinated with sports photography.
Rich YeeRich Yee was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and developed his passion for photography at an early age. In high school he assisted his uncle, a wedding photographer, and learned the technical and artistic aspects of photography. After school he served 14 years in the U.S. Air Force and shot alongside some of the best military photojournalists.
Michael ZagarisSan Francisco-based Michael Zagaris (aka “Z”) is a legend among his peers. And rightly so, with photographic treasures going back more than 40 years capturing the excitement of the ’60s — featuring the likes of Eric Clapton, Jerry Garcia, Blondie and Mick Jagger — and up to the present, where Z is in the forefront of San Francisco sports photographers in his role as the official lensman for the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland A’s. But overriding his extraordinary talent and dedication to his craft is his warm, generous spirit brimming over with goodwill and charm. Zagaris.photoshelter.com.