To: All Easter Bowl Participants
Re: Sign-Up for Action Photos
The Easter Bowl prides itself on being a step above all other junior tournaments, and offering player photographs is just another way we achieve that. This year's Easter Bowl will be no different as it will once again have professional tennis photographers Bob and David Kenas on-site specifically for the purpose of taking pictures of your matches for you and your families.
Our photographers will be Bob and David Kenas. With over 35 years of Easter Bowl and junior US Open experience between them, they offer an extensive juniors portfolio of shots including the likes of Pete Sampras, Michael Chang, Andy Roddick, Jennifer Capriati, Lindsay Davenport, Donald Young, etc. The father/son tandem has been published in Tennis Magazine, USTA Magazine, Tennis Week, USTA programs and the US Open program. David is also a former Easter Bowl participant and collegiate player at the College of William & Mary with two covers of Tennis Magazine to his credit.
How it works
Due to the size and scale of the ASICS Easter Bowl, we will be shooting only those who sign up to have photos taken. You can sign up in advance by emailing David with the player’s name, address, age group and a phone number. At the tournament, sign up will take place during registration. We will have a table set up there with sign up forms and additional information. There will be no fee for signing up and having photos taken.
To view your photos, we will try to be available in the tournament offices on-site at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Either Bob or David will be available there with computers each day to help you, as well on-site around the courts as play in going on. Discounts are available for on-site purchases, so you are encouraged to visit Bob and David during the tournament to view and order your photos. Players will also have their own password protected gallery online for you to view your photos.
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Call David directly if you would like more information or have any questions. Thank you!