Current Location:
Shelf A8 (CS2) -> Box 398
Location Notes:
IDC; Compressed Shelving Unit #2; Section A; Shelf A8; Box 398

Tony Scott and Garry Templeton, Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

Walter Iooss
Gift of Scott and Carla MacLeod
Archival Pigment Print
Artworks - Height: 20" Width: 24"
A horizontal color photograph of two baseball players. They are both wearing Cardinals jerseys. They are sitting on a light blue bench.
Historical Context:
"The real joy of photography is these moments. I'm always looking for freedom, the search for the one-on-one. That's when your instincts come out." Walter Iooss Jr. is an American photographer best known for his award-winning images of some of sports’ greatest athletes, like Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Scottie Pippen and Muhammad Ali. His career began with Sports Illustrated, a magazine Iooss has contributed to for over 50 years. In 1959, at the age of 16, Iooss shot his first roll of film at a professional football game with a camera his father gave him as a gift. The following year he began studying at the German School of Photography in New York City. While there he was assigned his first project for Sports Illustrated. Only two years later he shot his first cover for the magazine. Over the years he also worked with Atlantic Records to photograph performers like James Brown, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin. He also photographed an extended study of the Olympic athletes during the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, which resulted in the book “Shooting for the Gold.” His photographs have appeared in numerous magazines, advertising campaigns, and even baseball cards.