Andy Mead has spent the last decade and a half shooting soccer games all over the globe from college games to World Cups. His work can be found in soccer and general sports magazines around the world.
He has averaged 20 NHL games a year for more than a decade. Additionally, he has covered everything from the NFL to Aussie Rules Football. More recently he can be found shooting college sports of all types.
Clients include Major League Soccer, U.S. Soccer Federation, USA Rugby, the North American Soccer League, the National Women’s Soccer League and a wide array of news agencies and wire services.
In the last few years he has worked a large variety of sports for numerous colleges and universities including but not limited to Akron, Alabama, Appalachian State, Arkansas, Auburn, Augustana (SD), Baylor, Charleston Southern, Cleveland State, Colorado, Dartmouth, Denver, Duke, Florida, Florida Gulf Coast, Florida Southern, Gardner-Webb, Georgetown, Hampton, Hartford, High Point, Iona, James Madison, Kent State, Kentucky, Liberty, Loyola, Lynn, Marist, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi State, Monmouth, NC State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Nova Southeastern, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn, Pitt, Princeton, Providence, Saint Leo, Seattle, Seton Hall, South Carolina, South Dakota State, Stony Brook, Toledo, UAB, UMass Lowell, Wake Forest, West Virginia, and Virginia.
Currently he has taken on the role of team photographer for the North Carolina Courage.
If you need a photographer in the Raleigh-Durham area or just about anywhere there’s an airport, feel free to contact him.
Yellow Card Journalism
Andy also manages the YCJ Photo archives. The photography collections of Wade Jackson and Scott Bales – documenting the last couple decades of soccer in the United States and abroad – are found here as well. Please contact Andy with any questions or requests regarding Wade or Scott’s images.