Award-winning Sports Photographer, Manopause.com
Award-winning sports photographer Marc Serota tells Mike & Larry how he got his start in the business and shares some amazing stories about working with some of the greatest athletes of all time, including Muhammad Ali and Dan Marino. Find out what it’s like to have a dream job like his in this fascinating interview with this world renowned photographer, who’s also a really cool guy!
In his second podcast, award-winning sports photographer Marc Serota recounts to Larry and Mike his classic photo shoot with Muhammad Ali during his promotion tour for his book G.O.A.T., when his promoters recreated the scene of his famous fight with Sonny Liston at the Miami Beach Convention Center.wHe also discusses scooping another photographer at the Pebble Beach Hall of Fame Induction event last year, capturing Tiger Woods coming off the practice tee to greet the Hall of Famers. A must-see!
From living in the rat race to catching stone crabs by the pound, award-winning sports photographer Marc Serota tells Larry and Mike how he made the decision at the peak of his career to slow his family’s life down and enjoy the ride. He moved his family to the Florida Keys, and while still working as a photographer, found time to learn paddle boarding, crab-catching, and lobster cracking! “The hardest part is making the decision.”
Good friends, Pulitzer Prize winner and former managing editor of USA Today Sports David Meeks and award-winning sports photographer Marc Serota, discuss with Larry and Mike the realities of going through Manopause. Struggling with technology, aches and pains, changing libido–the list goes on. They recommend talking with buddies about those issues, and following the example of older guys who have battled through it, like PGA Champion Gary Player. Live Life, Live Young!