Here is a montage of the top photos, timelapses, and parallax images from the Boston Red sox photography staff over the second home stand of the 2018 season.

2018 Boston Red Sox Top Shots – Homestand 1.

Here is a montage of the top photos, timelapses, and parallax images from the Boston Red sox photography staff over the first home stand of the 2018 season.

Video & Photos: Laver Cup Promo – Chicago, Illinois.

I’m recently back from Chicago, Illinois (my first time in the city, why did I wait so long?) after shooting a promotional event for the Laver Cup, a newly created professional tennis international competition created last year. After the cup’s initial kickoff in Prague last year, the second installment of the event will take place this coming September in the Windy City.

This was a whirlwind! Our content crew had about for hours to document World No. 1 tennis player Roger Federer, World No. 2 Nick Kyrgios, and tennis hall of famers John McEnroe and Rod Laver as they squeezed in stops at Chicago’s Navy Pier, Lou Malnati’s famous Chicago Pizza, the Chicago Bean, the the Chicago Bulls locker room at the United Center to meet Scottie Pippen, and the Chicago Theatre to visit European soccer star Bastian Schweinsteiger. Throw in a press conference at the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel with NBC Sports Host Mike Tirico and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and you have yourself a full day.

Here is the video piece, which is a great collaborative effort by the staffs at MVT PR, Tried & True TV, 309 Productions, and the Laver Cup. A huge thanks to Drew Carlisle for having me on board to work with the über talented production crew of Lauren Foley, Ian Davidson, Joe Miller, Dustin Berta, and Mark Riedy. And a big shoutout to our producers Kellie Morgan and Prue Ryan for making it all come together!

I’ve also included some still frames I was able to fire off in between shooting video clips. 

Student Profile Videos – Tufts University Gordon Institute.

Here are four video pieces I shot and edited for the Tufts University Gordon Institute Master of Science in Innovation and Management Program. The videos focus on four distinguished alumni of the program, each of whom discussed the benefits of the program and their work experience after graduating in sit down interviews conducted on video.  

A big thanks to the folks at Tufts University for bringing me on board for this great project!


New wedding work!  Here’s the sizzle reel for Ricky and Amanda’s wedding in Quincy, Massachusetts last fall. This video was shot by myself, Rob Gooding, and Lauren Foley of 309 Productions, who also edited the piece. 

The footage was shot with a combination of a Canon C300, Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, and the DJI Mavic drone and DJI Osmo.

A big thanks to Ricky and Amanda for letting us document their day from start to finish!

Time Slice: Fenway Park Skyline.

Here’s my first experiment with Time Slicing, a technique that allows for the progression of time and space with the appearance of a single image. This is a progression on a regular time lapse captured at Fenway Park and then post-processed into a looping 60 second video. 

Kind of cool! I’m excited to explore this further.

2017: Year In Review.

Where did the time go? I feel like it wasn’t so long ago that I was building this same year in review post for 2016. I enjoy looking back each year. It’s a good exercise every once in awhile. It helps you see how you’ve gotten better, but also how you need to learn and improve. 2017 was a crazy busy year, but that’s how I like things to be and I’m lucky that they were. I took on as much work as I could, and pushed myself hard this year.

Above is a gallery of my favorite images and favorite memories from 2017. Click on any individual photo to enlarge it. I’ve also included some of my favorite video pieces from the year. 

I completed my eighth year as a photographer working in Major League Baseball, and my sixth as a Boston Red Sox team photographer. This was our second year working as the newly formed Creative Services department within the marketing arm of the Red Sox. Already having a year under our belts, our group gelled so well, produced incredible content, and continued to set the standard in sports marketing. It’s a privilege to work along with the photographers, designers, creative directors, and social media gurus at the Red Sox. They are all so talented. As far as the photography itself, I tried to push the limits as far as access and storytelling, and I’m excited to build upon that work in shooting for the Red Sox in 2018. 

As in years past, I tried to navigate my full-time Red Sox schedule and take on freelance work. It was great to be back at the BNP Paribas Open with my good friends, and I loved returning to shoot the US Open in New York City for the first time since 2011. I wish time allowed me to shoot more tennis. I enjoy it so much. As you’ll see above, there were several unique sporting events that I got to cover for Getty Images, which I’m very thankful for. I also tried my best to find new clients and maintain relationships I’ve built over time with old ones.  

On the video side, I continued to shoot, edit, and produce work. Video is a never ending learning process for me. I’ve tried to up the production quality and value within my videos, and I hope to expand upon that as well in the new year. 

It was an eventful year in my personal life, too. I moved from Brookline over to Dorchester to become a homeowner for the first time. One new condo and new car later, I’m a happy guy but it’s time to start saving again. My girlfriend Alaina moved up to Boston from Baltimore after getting a job as a psychiatric nurse at Mass General Hospital. I am so proud of her, and feel so lucky to have her with me. I’m very thankful for the important people in my life – family, friends, colleagues, and mentors – who provide so much support and encouragement every day. You all know who you are.

Thank you as always for following along all year! Happy New Year!

Pumped for 2018.

WEDDING VIDEO: Bryan & Mackenzie – Baltimore, Maryland.

Here’s a highlight trailer video from Bryan & Mackenzie’s wedding at the Elkridge Club in Baltimore, Maryland earlier this summer. Everything about the day was perfect, from the ceremony out on the golf course to the confetti finish on the dance floor.

A big thanks to my old friend and former coworker at Ritz Camera (back in the day) Daniel Regner for the killer slow motion footage on the second shoot. A huge thanks as well to the Burros and Hanley families for having us out to document the day!


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

Wedding Video: Eddie & Chelsea – Plymouth, Massachusetts.

This is a highlight trailer video from a recent wedding in scenic Plymouth, Massachusetts.

The footage in the video was shot by both myself, Kellan Reck, and Lauren Foley of 309 Productions, who also edited the piece. The footage was shot with a combination of a Canon C300, Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, and the DJI Mavic drone and DJI Osmo.

Thanks so much to Eddie and Chelsea for having us out to capture their special day!