With everyone raving about Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks hitting a relatively rich vein of form, I thought now was as good a time as ever to post this recent panoramic I shot of Madison Square Gardens, home of the Knicks and the New York Rangers.
Give the gift of photography this Christmas. Check out the newly revamped Michigan Photo Store online. It’s full of great shots of all your favorite Michigan sports. Be sure to check out the “Fine-Art” and “Panoramic” galleries for unique images that make ideal holiday presents. Simply click on the screenshot image below and enjoy exploring the store.
Last week a few of my prints went on display at the University of Michigan Museum of Art in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. Fortunately, the museum staff have chosen to display them in the windows of the museum. This means that you can see them from State Street which has a huge amount of pedestrian traffic given it’s prominence downtown and looks particularly effective at night when the museum is lit up like a cultural beacon on campus.
As those of you who follow me will know, I am a big fan of stadiums and sports photography and am pleased that my fine-art imagery in this field caught the attention of those at the museum.
Some of the prints are available for purchase at the museum gift store so if you get a moment swing on down there and check them out.
After designing the University of Michigan football schedule poster last year and with little under two weeks to go until the start of Football season, here is a little dedication to Michigan sport. Enjoy and Go Blue!! I think this is going to be a good year for the Wolverines and i’m looking forward to capturing some memorable photos.
With the success of the recent auctions – , the Michigan Athletic Department and Men’s Basketball team auctioned off two photographs created by Adam Jacobs Photography. Each photo is a panoramic view of the Crisler Basketball Arena at the University of Michigan highlighted with the 1989 banner. All the members of the 1989 team who were in attendance signed the commemorative photo.
Those in attendance from the team that ‘shocked the world’ were: Kirk Taylor (#23), Rumeal Robinson (#21), Marc Koenig (#30), Demetrius Calip (#13), Chris Seter (#34), Terry Mills (#52), Eric Riley (#42), Mike Griffin (#20), Glen Rice (#41), Mark Hughes (#55), Sean Higgins (#24), Loy Vaught (#35), Equipment Manager Bob Bland, Managers Greg Taylor, Mike Drucker and Alan Schrager, Graduate Assistant Joe Czupek and Trainer Dan Minert.
All proceeds from the photographs which raised $1340 will go the Joel Portnoy Basketball Manager Scholarship Fund.