LA Kings Team Photographer Captures Intensity of the Stanley Cup Finals
LOS ANGELES, CA — With the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Finals for only the second time in their 45-year history, Team Photographer and Director of Photography for Staples Center Andrew D. Bernstein is thrilled to capture the intensity of a team that has yet to win a Stanley Cup.
“The Kings fiercely want this Stanley Cup,” says legendary sports photographer Andrew D. Bernstein. “From my up-close view behind the lens during games to the behind the scenes with the team, I know they have the talent and heart to take home ‘The Cup.’”
Since 1980, Bernstein has covered all 18 Kings NHL playoff series that the team has played in. The Kings were the first professional sports team that Bernstein photographed for and Bernstein says of capturing moments during the Stanley Cup playoffs, “The passion is evident, for both the Kings and Devils, and I’m on my toes each game eager to get shots that portray how intense these playoff moments truly are.”
Bernstein and his staff will capture the LA Kings vs. the NJ Devils in the Stanley Cup playoffs June 2, 4, 6, 8, 11, and 13, pending a need for up to seven games.
Bernstein is available for interview or comment on his experiences photographing the Kings playoffs and working with leading athletes. For media requests contact publicist Jess Block at 909-706-8525 or JessBlockPR@gmail.com
ABOUT ANDREW D. BERNSTEIN: Since 1983, Andrew D. Bernstein has photographed and developed a unique personal rapport with the world’s leading professional athletes. Bernstein’s work frequently appears in magazines such as Sports Illustrated, ESPN, The Sporting News, Time, Newsweek and more. Bernstein is the co-creator of a photo book documentary with former Lakers’ Head Coach Phil Jackson titled Journey to the Ring: Behind the Scenes with the 2010 NBA Champions. Bernstein’s other recent projects include advertising campaigns featuring some of the world’s top athletes for Nike, Reebok, Adidas, Pepsi, Coca-Cola and Icy Hot.
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