The name "Biever" is synonymous with Green Bay Packers football. For the better part of eight decades, the late Vernon Biever and his son Jim were there on the sidelines at Lambeau and beyond, capturing the most iconic moments in team history.
In celebration of the Packers' 100th season, 100 Years in Titletown is a visually stunning showcase featuring the finest work from the Biever archives, sourced from countless thousands of film rolls and including rare, never-before-seen images shot by the first family of Packers photography. Featuring legendary figures such as Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr, Brett Favre, Reggie White, and Aaron Rodgers; memorable moments like the "Ice Bowl" and numerous Super Bowls; as well as candid and intimate images of the men beneath the helmets, this lavish collection honors a team, a town, a sport, and the visionaries behind the lens.
About the Author
Vernon Biever captured more than six decades of Green Bay football, getting his start at the Milwaukee Sentinel and then serving as the Packers' official team photographer from 1946 until his retirement in 2006. He was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2002.
Jim Biever followed in his father's path to Lambeau Field, taking up the mantle as official team photographer for the Packers until his retirement in 2016.
Tom Andrews is an award-winning sportswriter, author, and communications specialist whose coverage of the Packers dates back to 1974. His articles have appeared in Packer Report and numerous other publications.