David Vestal liked to be called simply "photographer." Perhaps the best descriptor for Al Satterwhite is also just "photographer." He's one of those guys who have somehow managed to balance many different kinds of work and do it all well; a photographer.
Now he's crowd-funding a book about Muhammed Ali, drawn from 50 rolls of Tri-X he shot in 1970–71. Al hung out with Ali as Ali trained for his comeback after his suspension. "I include my recollections of being with 'The Champ,' who to me was a big pussycat, as friendly and fun as you can imagine."
Even if you're not interested in helping with the book, the Kickstarter page is like a nice blog post, with lots of good pictures. Worth checking out on its own merits IMHO.
Thought you might enjoy. The book will be called "The Secret of Muhammed Ali."
(Thanks to Joseph E. Reid)
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