Photos: New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals.

Here are some images from Tom Brady’s return to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro today for this first time since serving his suspension from the National Football League. I covered the Patriots’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals for Getty Images.

Nothing too crazy in the way of action or reaction from my side of the field, the visitor’s side. The Patriots shut this one down pretty quickly in the second half, and many of the New England jubilation moments happened on the far side. 

It felt great to be shooting football! I’m hoping to shoot more games this season. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: David Ortiz Bids Farewell.

I came into last night feeling optimistic about another magical come from behind Boston Red Sox run to win this year’s American League Division Series. Although the game was as close as it could have been, that comeback we all dreamed of wasn’t meant to be, and the Cleveland Indians completed their sweep of Boston to advance to the next round of the post season.

With last night’s result, the remarkable career of David Ortiz came to a close. Fittingly, his final curtain call happened at Fenway Park, and as he always seems to do, Big Papi owned the moment. I’ll never forgot his final at bat, a walk. I’ll never forget watching him stand at first base pumping his arms in the air to fire up the crowd one last time. And I’ll never forget his emotional final salute to the fans on the pitcher’s mound after the game was over. It’s amazing how one man can have such an impact on so many people. 

There are some incredible photographers in Boston and around the country that have documented David’s entire career, from the beginning through these final moments last night. I consider myself lucky to have been there for the last five years of his career, a chapter that included a World Series win in 2013 in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. He’s one of those figures in sports that is larger than life, and it was a pleasure to cover such an iconic subject for part of the journey. 

And just like that, my seventh season in Major League Baseball, and fifth with the Boston Red Sox, is done. As a team photographer in a city like Boston and a venue like Fenway Park, your switch needs to be turned on all the time. It can be exhausting, frustrating, and taxing at times, and there were certainly points in the season where I felt all of those. I had fun – a lot of fun. There were great moments, too many to count, and even better people in my life, all of which I’m very thankful for.

Congratulations to everyone in the front office on a fantastic season! 

Now, it’s time for some rest before the off-season shooting begins. More to come, as always!


Here are some photos from the Red Sox team workout on the off day before game three of the American League Division Series.



Yikes! We find ourselves down 2-0 in the American League Division Series after another loss yesterday against the Cleveland Indians. Not a whole lot of opportunities for Red Sox pictures yesterday.

We’re back in Boston now. Here’s hoping for a come back in the series!

Boston Red Sox Photos: ALDS Workouts In Cleveland.

The Red Sox held a brief workout yesterday at Progressive Field in Cleveland, a day ahead of game one of the American League Division Series.

Boston Red Sox Photos: American League Division Series Team Workouts.

The Red Sox postseason push began yesterday, as the team held a brief work out at Fenway Park before traveling to Cleveland ahead of the American League Division Series against the Cleveland Indians. Here are some images from the workout, as well as the trip to Ohio with the team.

Photos: David Ortiz Honored In Final Regular Season Game.

In his final regular season game at Fenway Park, David Ortiz was honored by the Boston Red Sox in an emotional pre-game ceremony, which featured gift presentations, visits by former teammates of David’s, special flag drops over the Green Monster, and a ceremonial first pitch by the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina. 

An incredibly long day that left me feeling exhausted. It’s hard to believe that yesterday marked game 162 and the end to the regular season. Some breathing room today, but I’m off on a flight to Cleveland tomorrow to shoot the American League Division Series against the Indians. 

I’m excited for playoff baseball!


Boston Red Sox Photos: Saturday, October 1, 2016 vs. Toronto Blue Jays.

Here are some images from last night’s game against Toronto. A tough ending for the Red Sox in another cold, rainy night at Fenway, but a nice ceremony beforehand for David Ortiz. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: Thursday, September 29, 2016 vs. New York Yankees.

David Ortiz was honored by the New York Yankees last night, as he played the final game of his career at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Former Red Sox teammate Jacoby Ellsbury, and former New York Yankees David Cone and Mariano Rivera presented Ortiz with a series of gifts in a special pre-game ceremony.

In his second at bat, Ortiz walked and exited the game, completing his farewell tour in the Bronx.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 vs. New York Yankees.

Well, that was one of the craziest, weirdest games I’ve ever covered, but after a strange and complicated series of events, the Boston Red Sox are the champions of the American League East Division in 2016!

After a tight seven innings of shut out baseball, the Red Sox finally broke through over the Yankees on a two RBI double from Mookie Betts to give Boston the lead. Then in the ninth, just as the Red Sox were ready to celebrate on the field, the Yankees mounted a crazy come back, capped by a walk-off grand slam by Mark Teixiera to win the game. While the Yankees celebrated on the field, the Red Sox walked off knowing that they had already clinched the division with the Toronto loss to Baltimore that happened just minutes before.

A very strange way to win the division, for sure, but what this team has accomplished this year has been incredible, and the guys still celebrated with champagne in the clubhouse. 

Here are photos from all of it! This is one I won’t forget, for sure.