Jeff Carlick

Freelance photographer Jeff Carlick, 50, died in his sleep during a nap on his couch on Thursday, May 7. He is well-known as a sports photographer shooting mostly professional and youth sports.
Freelance photographer Jeff Carlick, 50, died in his sleep during a nap on his couch on Thursday, May 7. He is well-known as a sports photographer shooting mostly professional and youth sports.

His pictures have been published in a variety of magazines including Sports Illustrated, ESPN The Magazine, The Sporting News, Sport, Inside Sports and Street & Smith baseball and football annuals. His clients include Bloomberg Business Reports, the XFL and the San Jose Sabercats of the Arena Football League as well as corporate clients Vantage Point Venture Partners, Watershed, Nortel, Cooper Interation Design, Epoch Partners and others.

Jeff was born in Washington DC. Learned photography at Cal State Fullerton. He started as a writer and photographer at several newspapers in Southern California. He also mentored several college student in photography. More info on Jeff from his web site: www.carlickphotography.com

He was also heavily into ceramics. More info on his ceramics: www.claybycarlick.com

A Jeff Carlick farewell birthday party has been planned on Saturday, May 16 at 5 pm. This is also the date of his 51th birthday. The party is at gallery Carlick displayed his work and where he also worked press liason for the gallery. Please RSVP to either his brother or sister if you are coming.

Instead of flowers, please make a donation to the gallery by purchasing one of Jeff’s ceramics. 100 per cent will go back to the gallery.

Where: The Main Gallery
Address: 1018 Main Street, Redwood City
Gallery phone: 650-701-1018
Gallery web site: http://www.themaingallery.org/
RSVP to Jeff’s siblings: Sue Cooper: sue@cooper.com or David Carlick: ping@davidcarlick.com

If you can’t make it and/or would like to send the family a note, please send to:
Sue Cooper (Jeff’s sister)
385 Westridge drive
Portola Valley, CA 94028