Photos and Reflections: 2014 BNP Paribas Open – Day 13.

I’m 30,000 feet above somewhere in the middle of the country, flying back to freezing cold Boston after an unforgettable three weeks working at the 2014 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California. This was the second year in a row I’ve shot this tournament, and it was amazing to see how much it grew…

Photos and Reflections: New Haven Open – Day 9.

I’m back in Boston after spending the past ten days in New Haven, Connecticut, where I worked as the tournament photographer and videographer for the New Haven Open tennis tournament. Although this is a significantly smaller tournament relative to others I’ve worked in the past, the amount of work to be done, photos to be…

Reflections: Graduate School at Boston University – M.S. in Journalism.

After living in Baltimore my entire life, I moved to Boston last March with two goals: to work for the Red Sox and to go to graduate school. Today, I graduated from Boston University with a Master of Science in Journalism, and it feels pretty darn good. I think I’m done with school for a long,…

Photos and Reflections: BNP Paribas Open – Day 12.

I’m here in the terminal in the Palm Springs airport, in the middle of a long delay that was just announced when I got here at 4:30 this morning. I can already feel my tan fading, and it seems like I’ll be welcomed back to Boston later tonight with a fresh dusting of snow. Since…

Reflections: Year Three in Major League Baseball.

Things have finally settled down here at Fenway Park, so I’m using this opportunity to post some thoughts and reflections about my work this season. I said it last year, and I’ll say it again now: what could be better than a summer filled with two of my favorite things in this world, baseball and…

Photos And Reflections From The Championships Wimbledon.

All images above Billie Weiss/AELTC ©2012. It’s great to be back on the blog after a few weeks away. I’m currently in South London, where I just finished working as Photographer and Social Media editor for http://www.wimbledon.com at this year’s Championships Wimbledon. I was extremely lucky to have this opportunity, which came as a follow…

Reflections: Year two at the Baltimore Orioles

I’m here at the yard for the last day of my second year as a photographer for the Baltimore Orioles. What can I say? It was another amazing summer consumed by two of my favorite things in life: photography and baseball.  I did a lot this year. Since I got here in mid-June, I shot…

Reflections on Four Years at Goucher College: Academics

This will be my final “Reflections on Four Years at Goucher College” post. I’ll stop boring you.  This photograph represents the countless hours and, particularly throughout my Junior and Senior year, regular all-nighters spent working in the library. It started with the Julia Rogers library and the infamous “Walk of Shame” – the long walk…

Reflections on Four Years at Goucher College: The Q

My reflections about my time at Goucher College are not complete without some closing thoughts on The Quindecim, the institution that gave me a sense of purpose on campus and defined me professionally and personally.  After being voted Editor-In-Chief of the newspaper, I led an extensive revitalization of all aspects of the publication. These efforts…

Reflections on Four Years at Goucher College: Travel

Some of the best experiences Goucher College made possible for me were ones that happened thousands of miles away. Given Goucher’s international sensibility and study abroad requirement, I had many opportunities for travel, both nationally and internationally. To fulfill my requirement, I studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina in January 2010 for a four-week intensive Spanish…