After two years in the editing room, SportsShooter.com has finally put the finishing touches on its extensive video interview with rock 'n' roll and sports photographer Michael Zagaris. Zagaris, or the "Z Man" as he's known to the sports photographer community, has led a life most of us would kill for. After high school he had a brief tryout with the Baltimore Colts, but opted for law school instead. While living in Washington, D.C. he worked for Robert F. Kennedy, and was present on the night Kennedy was assassinated. Dissolusioned, he dropped out of law school and began documenting the music scene in and around San Francisco during the turbulent '60s and early '70s. Zagaris has spent much of the last two decades photographing sports, including stints as the official photographer of the Oakland As and San Francisco 49ers. Zagaris captured so many great shots of the championship 49er teams of the '80s that NFL Films made him and his photos the subject of a documentary. While waiting to catch that in reruns, take a look at SportsShooter.com's 9-part interview, in which Zagaris offers advice for young photographers, recalls being at Candlestick Park during the 1989 Earthquake, and generally gives an interesting look at an interesting life.