Photos: 2019 Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala.

Here’s a look at the 2019 Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Boston this weekend. I was brought on by the Foundation to shoot the event. 

It was fun to document some behind the scenes moments with Pedro, David Ortiz, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Corey Kluber, Jose Bautista, Jason Varitek, Willy Adames, Jose Reyes, and others. 

Photos: Boston Red Sox Hire Chaim Bloom As Chief Baseball Officer.

The Boston Red Sox today announced that Chaim Bloom has been hired as Chief Baseball Officer. In this role, Bloom will be responsible for all baseball operations matters. 

Bloom, 36, spent the last 15 years in the Tampa Bay Rays baseball operations department, including the last three as Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations.

Above is a gallery of images from today’s introductory press conference with Chaim and other Red Sox front office members.

Welcome to Boston, Chaim!

Wedding: Hilary & Chris – Whitefield, New Hampshire.

Here is some new wedding work from late this summer! Hilary & Chris had their wedding at the beautiful Mountain View Grand Resort in Whitefield, New Hampshire. A perfect day and a fantastic couple to work with from beginning to end. All the best to you both!

Photos: Boston College Vs. North Carolina State – Saturday, October 19, 2019.

Here’s a selection of images from yesterday’s college football game between Boston College and North Carolina State at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill. I was hired to shoot the game for NC State Athletics. Unfortunately, this was a one sided game in favor of Boston College, so there wasn’t much for me to shoot from an NC State perspective. Still, I tried to cover both sides of the ball and here’s what I got. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, September 29, 2019 Vs. Baltimore Orioles.

Another season in the books, folks, and what a way to end it! The Sox won in dramatic walk-off fashion as Mookie Betts roared toward home plate to score the game winning run on a ninth inning hit by Rafael Devers. It’s nice that we were able to end on a high.

It wasn’t the season we had all hoped for on the field after last year’s success, but still a great year to be a part of for many reasons. I feel lucky to witness neat things and be a part of some unforgettable experiences every year, even on the down years. We have a great group of players to work with, and an incredibly talented staff of creatives that bring this team and ballpark to life every day. 

That’s the end of my eighth season with the Boston Red Sox, and my tenth in Major League Baseball. I’ll have a more thorough recap of the season in my yearly review towards the end of December. For now, I’m excited for a bit of REST.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Saturday, September 28, 2019 Vs. Baltimore Orioles.

More work overhead today with the robots! All of these images were shot via a robotic camera controlled by a Surface Pro tablet. Amazing to see the versatility of the robots and the angles they provide. I hope to be able to bring these permanently to Fenway next year and expand upon this!

Boston Red Sox Photos: Friday, September 27, 2019 Vs. Baltimore Orioles.

Here is a take from our last night game of the 2019 season. It feels weird to not be in playoff contention for the first time in awhile, but I’m looking forward to the much needed break! This weekend, we have some robotic cameras installed on various points within Fenway Park, so it’s been a blast playing with the different angles they provide from above. 

2019 Boston Red Sox Top Shots: Homestand 12.

Here is a montage of the top photos, timelapses, video clips and parallax images from the Boston Red sox photography staff over the twelfth home stand of the 2019 season. The video clips were shot by both Red Sox Productions and NESN.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Thursday, September 19, 2019 Vs. San Francisco Giants.

We are winding down our 2019 season. With only four home games left, I decided to get a good solid roam in today rather than camp out in the pit. Luckily, we had a beautiful September Boston day and a win to end this mini 3-game home stand. It’s been tough to push creatively knowing that our team isn’t in contention, but today felt like a good refresh.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Carl Yastrzemski Throws First Pitch To Grandson Mike.

Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski threw out a ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park on Wednesday night to his grandson, Mike Yastrzemski, currently an outfielder on the San Francisco Giants. A day before meeting on the field for the pitch, the two Yastrzemski’s took part in an interview for MLB Network with host Peter Gammons.