Chris Landsberger is a native of Oklahoma and, as a photographer, has been able to travel coast to coast and everywhere in between to cover news for the last 13 years. He has been a part history that included coverage of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh's trial and execution, President George W. Bush, and Super Bowl coverage. Landsberger, 38, is a photographer and asst. director of photography for The Oklahoman. He received a bachelor's degree in photojournalism in 1999 from the University of Central Oklahoma. He has worked his way from being a staff photographer at the Edmond Sun to chief photographer at the Enid News & Eagle and director of photography at the Topeka Capital-Journal. He has worked at The Oklahoman for 6 years.
Steve Sisney—married Brenda Joyce (Pierce) of Velma, Oklahoma in 1977. They have three children—Brent, Jason, and Tana; and four grandchildren. Sisney has been a staff photographer for The Oklahoman since 1987. He has photographed presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush and covered the Republican National Convention in New York City in 2004. He has covered notables The Rolling Stones, Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Wernher Von Braun, Charlton Heston, Virginia Madsen, Tom Selleck, Michael Douglas, Mike Douglas, Sarah, Duchess of York, David, Robert and Keith Carradine, Ernest Borgnine and Dennis Weaver. He has been on the sidelines shooting the University of Oklahoma’s football team in three National Championship bowl games including the 2000 game (which they won). He was on site at the Oklahoma City Murrah Building bombing within 20 minutes of the blast and had nine photographs in the official commemorative volume “In Their Name.”
Bryan Terry is a native of Oklahoma and is a graduate of Yukon High School. He first picked up a camera while attending the University of Central Oklahoma. After working for the school newspaper, The Vista, he interned at The Oklahoman. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism/Photographic Arts and joined the staff of The Oklahoman in 1999.