Photos: Jackie Bradley Jr. Visits Rally Against Cancer.

This morning, Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. visited students at the Fisher School in Walpole, Massachusetts, as part of the 2017 Jimmy Fund Rally Against Cancer. The annual event raises funds for the Jimmy Fund. Here are some photos from the morning.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, June 11, 2017 vs. Detroit Tigers.

Here is a set of photos from last night’s game against Detroit. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: Friday, June 9, 2017 vs. Detroit Tigers.

Here are some photos from a Red Sox win last night at Fenway. Not a great shooting night for me! I just felt off. Sometimes that happens though, so I’m looking forward to getting back after it this weekend.

Boston Red Sox Photos: High Key Black & White Portraits.

 

Here is a series of portraits I recently shot for the Boston Red Sox. This season, I’ve made it one of my goals to shoot more portraits of the players, both in studio and environmentally.

For this series, the creative team and I decided to shoot with a ‘high-key’ look and feel. These were shot with a relatively simple two light set up on a white seamless backdrop. We were lucky enough to have outfielders Andrew Benintendi, Mookie Betts, and Chris Young, infielders Xander Bogaerts and Deven Marrero, and designated hitter Hanley Ramirez stop in for a couple shots. My favorite frame of each player is shown above. Additionally, I’ve included some assets created by our talented graphic designers, Marissa McClain and Nick Sciaratta, which the Red Sox have utilized on social media to promote voting for the 2017 All-Star Game.

Photos: Babson College Magazine Basketball Story.

Above is a recent editorial assignment I shot for Babson College Magazine. The story profiles Sam Bohmiller, a student athlete on Babson’s men’s basketball team. I followed Sam during his pre-game routine and the team throughout the game. Above are some selects from the shoot, as well as the tear sheets of the story in the print edition of the magazine.

Thanks again to Babson for having me on board!

Photos: Babson College Magazine Hockey Story.

 

 

Above is some recent portraiture and editorial work shot for Babson College Magazine. The story highlighted two Babson College alumni, Jamie Rice and John Maguire, who are the head coaches for the Babson College and Waltham High School hockey teams, respectively. I was assigned to shoot portraits of both of them, as well as cover their team’s practice over the winter. Above are some of my favorite outtakes from the shoot, as well as the tear sheets of the stories in the print edition of the magazine.

Thanks to Babson for having me on board!

Photos: Boston Red Sox Wives Participate In Scooper Bowl.

Boston Red Sox wives Ann Davis, Georgia Nua, and Erin Bradley participated in the 35th annual Scooper Bowl at City Hall Plaza in Boston this afternoon. The three day event raises funds for the Jimmy Fund to conquer cancer, while providing all you can eat ice cream. Boston Red Sox President Emeritus Larry Lucchino participated in the event as well.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, June 4, 2017 vs. Baltimore Orioles.

The Red Sox split a four game series in Baltimore over the weekend. Below is a gallery of images from the final game of the series, highlighted by a win for Chris Sale, two home runs by Andrew Benintendi, and the 500th hit in the young career of Mookie Betts.

It was nice to be back in my home town and check in with my good photographer friends at Camden Yards. 

2017 BOSTON RED SOX TOP SHOTS: HOMESTAND 5.

Here is a montage of the top photos, timelapses, and parallax images from the Boston Red sox photography staff over the fifth home stand of the 2017 season.

Photos: 2017 NCAA Men’s Division 1 Lacrosse Championships – Maryland vs. Ohio State.

Here is a set of photographs from the 2017 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse National Championship game between the University of Maryland and Ohio State University. The final weekend of the tournament was held this year at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. I was assigned to cover the game for the University of Maryland Athletics department. 

As a Maryland native, I can’t deny that I was rooting for the Terps to win, not only because of my Maryland pride, but in the hopes of getting some fun pictures of the celebration. Sure enough, the team was in control throughout the game, and pulled out the program’s first National Championship victory in 41 years. I had a good time shooting despite the rain. Championship games like this are always a lot of fun. Thanks to the University of Maryland for having me out!