Here is a quick gallery from day two of full squad workouts at Red Sox Spring Training camp. More to come soon!

Photos: 2015 Boston Red Sox Spring Training – Day 1.

I’ve arrived in sunny Fort Myers, Florida, where I’ll be shooting photo and video for the next week at Boston Red Sox Spring Training.

It was a busy first day for me, so I’m just going to post a few quick stills here from the team’s first meeting and full squad workout. 

I’ll have lots more photo and video content to come as the week goes on, so be sure to check back if you’d like!

Photos: Boston Red Sox Valentine’s Day Caravan.

Here are a few quick grabs from a Boston Red Sox Valentine’s Day caravan to several retirement homes in the greater Boston area yesterday with former Red Sox player, Ted Lepcio. 

It’s always nice to see smiles on faces during events like these. 

Photos and Video: Boston Red Sox Truck Day.

Today, the big truck left Fenway Park en route to jetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Florida, carrying with it a huge load of Boston Red Sox gear for Spring Training. Truck Day, as it’s now known, has become a late winter tradition in Boston.

Above is a video I produced for the Boston Red Sox to draw attention to the beginning of Spring Training for the 2015 Major League Baseball season and the departure of the truck.

We’ve been getting hammered by a historic amount of snow over the past several weeks in Boston, so the idea was to try and get viewers in the “Think Spring” state of mind.

The piece is poetically narrated by Boston Red Sox Public Address Announcer and Poet Laureate, Dick Flavin.

There are also a handful of photos from Truck Day this morning. 

Baseball season is just around the corner!

Photos: The Stockyard Steakhouse.

Here are a few quick highlights from an assignment I shot for Next Step Living, a Boston-Based home energy efficiency company. The photos were sent out with a press release announcing the release of a new Eco-Thermal energy efficient kitchen filtration system. 

Stockyard Steakhouse restaurant in Brighton is one of the first restaurants to have installed the system, so I was there to document the system and shoot a few portraits of General Manager, Gerry Lynch.

A nice shoot to be a part of on a snowy morning!

Photos: Boston Bruins Make-A-Wish.

Last night, I had the opportunity to shoot for the Make-A-Wish Foundation during a hockey game between the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens at TD Garden in Boston.

I’ve been lucky to shoot lots of Make-A-Wish events through my work at the Red Sox, but was told this one was going to be pretty special. Indeed, it was.

Thirteen year old Jimmy Bjorkman of West Salem, Wisconsin, is a huge hockey fan, and took an immediate liking to the Bruins when he first started watching games several years ago. He was also born with hypo-plastic left heart syndrome. Essentially, he was born with only half a heart. Here is a story about him.

But it’s never stopped him from playing and watching sports, so when he learned that Make-A-Wish was flying him and his family to Boston to be a member of the Bruins team for a day, he was thrilled. 

Here are a few photos from the night. He got the royal VIP treatment, and met the players, rode the zamboni during intermission, got a tour of the locker room, and even skated out on the ice with the team during the National Anthem.

Great to meet you, Jimmy and family!

Photos: New England Patriots Super Bowl Victory Parade.

BOSTON, MA - FEBRUARY 04:  Quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots hoists the Vince Lombardi trophy during a Super Bowl victory parade on February 4, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Billie Weiss/Getty Images)

BOSTON, MA – FEBRUARY 04: Quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots hoists the Vince Lombardi trophy during a Super Bowl victory parade on February 4, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Getty Images)

I was lucky enough to have been asked to work as part of the Getty Images team to cover the New England Patriots Super Bowl Victory Parade today in Boston. It was the team’s fourth Super Bowl in fifteen years, and the fourth of Tom Brady’s career.

Events like this are a true test of your patience as a photographer, and a good exercise in following your instincts. Today, there were so many unknown factors, so I had to force myself to just take a step back and let things progress, slowly but surely. 

The corral of photographers was assigned to shoot from two media trucks within the parade caravan, although as the parade got underway, I was able to work my way off the truck and walk the route. The extra mobility was huge, particularly in getting the shots of Brady with the trophy and some celebrations with other players. 

Here are some of my favorites from the day. I’m completely exhausted!

I’ve been in Boston for almost four years now, and have had the opportunity to shoot two Championship parades. It’s crazy to think about! Boston is titletown, through and through. 

Photos: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Campaign Event.

Above is a selection of photos at an event I shot last weekend for the beautiful Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The event featured a cocktail hour and a series of programs, including some great performances in the museum’s Calderwood Hall auditorium.

Always a pleasure to shoot at the museum!