Al Satterwhite's photographs have been published in about every major American magazine, including Car & Driver Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Life Magazine, Newsweek Magazine,Time Magazine, People Magazine, Sports Illustrated, just to name a few. He is a photojournalist, an advertising photographer, and a DP.
Dr. Hunter S. Thompson by Al Satterwhite Hunter and Al were friends since covering the Republican Convention in Miami Beach in 1972. In 1974 Hunter requested Playboy send Al to Cozumel (an island off of Yucatan, Mexico) to photograph him for an upcoming interview by Craig Vetter in Playboy Magazine.
After picking up his rental car, Al headed for the hotel, and knew where Hunter would be from an earlier trip when they had both been there covering a deep sea fishing tournament that went sideways (as most of Hunter's projects were apt to do, although usually in a very interesting way)... Al found Hunter and Craig at Pepe's bar on the waterfront in the small downtown area of Cozumel, along with a small collection of locals, sitting on the balcony well into their daily drinking, and proceeded to join them.
The Editors of Playboy Magazine have just re-released Craig Vetter's 1974 interview of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, along with another of Al's photographs, in their March 2013 issue, as part of their '50 Years of the Playboy Interview' series.
Look for Al's upcoming book: "The Cozumel Diary, Running Amuck in Cozumel with the King of Gonzo... and Other Weird Tales".
These prints are all available for purchase in our Artist Store.
The Racers by Al Satterwhite The 1960's and 1970's were a magical era of innovation and endurance at the Sebring 12-Hour races and the Daytona 24-Hour races. Photographer and Nikon 'Legend' Al Satterwhite was there covering these races for Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek and Life magazines between 1963 and 1973, and as a fan.
Satterwhite’s book, “The Racers” is a limited printed edition book stemming from his coverage of the Sebring and Daytona endurance races between 1963 and 1973, along with personal effects from his career.
These prints and his book, "The Racers", are all available for purchase in our Artist Store.
The Titans by Al Satterwhite This is a black and white photo essay of Muhammad Ali and Arnold Schwarzenegger during their early years, training for their titles. They are champions, Titans of their generation, for one simple reason: It never occurred to them that they weren’t champions. These two men had an unprecedented awareness, a power within them, which expressed a winner. And, it was merely a matter of time before the rest of the world recognized them as champions.
Satterwhite’s book, “The Titans” is a limited printed edition book stemming from his time spent with Muhammad Ali and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
These prints and his book, "The Titans", are all available for purchase in our Artist Store.
Art of the Chopper by Tom Zimberoff
Tom Zimberoff began his career in rock ‘n roll photography touring with The Jackson-5, Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones, and Stephen Stills among others. His career took him over to television and motion picture stills for advertising. After that he embarked on a career in photojournalism, spending several years in, among many other places, Central America working for Time and other magazines as a member of the Sygma Photo Agency and, later, Gamma-Liaison. His photographs have appeared on the covers of Time, Fortune, Money, People, and numerous other magazines.
These prints are all available for purchase in ourArtist Store.