We’ve reached the end of the first week of Wimbledon 2014, so here is a selection from yesterday. A long morning of rain delays made for lots of down time, so I spent most of it hunting for rain features. These are a few of my favorite rain pictures, as well as some action photos and scenes from the queue camping grounds, where camp out for days on end in hopes of getting tickets into the grounds.
Here and here are galleries with more of my pictures, and here is our “Photographer’s Choice: Best of Week One” gallery, which features the best of the best from a team of incredibly talented photographers and editors.
I had a lot of fun through week one. On to week two!
Another long one. Here are some selects from the day, and here is a gallery with some others.
Here are photos from a long but great day of shooting out at Wimbledon. It’s late, so I’m not going to post much, but here are my favorites. Plus, any day where I get to shoot a few games of a Roger Federer match is a treat. Here is a gallery with a few more images from that match.
I feel good about this take overall! Another day tomorrow.
It’s late here so I’m not going to post much, but here are my selects from a long but fun and productive day of shooting on the first day of the 2014 Championships Wimbledon.
I had some successes and some failures, but overall there’s lots to build on moving forward into the tournament. For now, enjoy!
The preparations are all set, and tennis at the Championships Wimbledon 2014 begins tomorrow! Here are a few scenes from the last day of pre-championship activity.
Here is a link to a gallery on wimbledon.com containing some more of my images.
I’m here in London, England, where I’m lucky enough to be photographing my third straight Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
This year, I’m working as a member of the official tournament photography staff, which shoots for both the tournament website, wimbledon.com, as well as for marketing and publications within the All England Lawn and Tennis Club. This is my first year working for this department, so it’s needless to say that I’m thrilled to have this opportunity.
Today was my first day shooting, so I spent it getting my bearings and learning the new system. These photos are a mix of activity out on the practice courts and a few introductory press conferences.
I’m looking forward to posting every day as the tournament goes on!
What a day! On a rare mid-week daytime game, the Boston Red Sox completed a series sweep of the Minnesota Twins, winning a nail biter in vintage walk-off fashion.
After a 0-0 game was broken up by a Minnesota home run in the tenth inning, the Sox responded with back to back home runs by David Ortiz and Mike Napoli to tie and then win the game. It was the first time the Red Sox had won in walk-off fashion on back to back home runs since June 14, 1999.
A great game for photos, and a solid end to a successful homestand overall.
I’m off from baseball for a few weeks, as I’m headed across the pond! More to come soon.