Mickey Bonilla, MB Sports Photography captures fight night

Mickey Bonilla, MB Sports Photography captures all the excitement of fight night

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Mickey Bonilla
Mickey “The Mickster” Bonilla is a sports photographer in the So Cal/ Los Angeles area. She has been a freelance sports photographer for 7 years. Mickey’s passion for sports began at the age of 4 when while watching Michael Jordan playing with the Chicago Bulls. From that day she played numerous sports throughout her life, basketball being her number one sport. Some of Mickey’s favorite sports teams are the LA Dodgers, LA Clippers, Dallas Cowboys, LA Kings, UCLA Bruins, and Manchester United. As a sports photographer Mickey loves to capture an athlete’s historical moment. She hopes one day the athletes will be able to tell a story behind the historical photograph Mickey captured of them to their families, friends, children, grandchildren, or even great grandchildren. Welcome sports photographer Mickey Bonilla.