Boston Red Sox Photos: David Ortiz Visits Camp Harbor View.

Today, David Ortiz visited campers at Camp Harbor View, a recreational kids summer camp located on Long Island in Boston Harbor that accepts close to 900 campers from Boston, ages 11–14, per summer. After a short boat ride from Boston’s Seaport, Ortiz and the boat captains took some time to fish for Striper in Boston Harbor.

Fun day at work for me! You never know what this job will bring your way. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: Monday, May 14, 2018 vs. Oakland Athletics.

Here are photos from Monday’s Red Sox game against the Oakland Athletics. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: 2018 Opening Day Vs. Tampa Bay Rays.

We’re underway again at Fenway Park! This week’s Opening Day was my seventh with the Red Sox, and ninth in Major League Baseball. I’m getting old.

As Opening Days go, this was a good one. The Red Sox came from behind to beat the Tampa Bay Rays on a walk-off hit by Hanley Ramirez in the twelfth inning.

Before the game, the team welcomed Winter Olympians and Paralympians from the New England region in a moving pre-game ceremony, which included a special appearance by David Ortiz.

Here are the photos from the game.

Boston Red Sox Photos: 2018 Winter Weekend.

The Boston Red Sox once again hosted a weekend getaway of hot stove fun for fans and families last weekend at the fourth annual “Baseball Winter Weekend” at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. The event included a Town Hall Meeting with Red Sox leaders, autographs and photos with Red Sox players, and round-table discussions on a variety of baseball topics. The weekend also included a full baseball festival for fans of all ages and clinics for kids.

Here is a gallery of photos from the weekend.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, July 30, 2017 vs. Kansas City Royals.

Today, the Boston Red Sox celebrated the ten year anniversary of the 2007 World Series Championship team. Here is a gallery of selects from the day. 

Photos: The Roast Of David Ortiz.

Comedians Bill Burr, Sarah Tiana, Lenny Clarke, Adam Rey, and Josh Wolf, actor Anthony Mackie, ESPN Anchor Jonathan Coachman, Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia and New England Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski participated in a roast of former Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz last night at the House of Blues in Boston. The roast benefitted the David ortiz Children’s Fund, and is part of a weekend full of festivities as Ortiz has his jersey number retired at Fenway Park.

Hereis a gallery of photos from the event.

Photos: Boston Red Sox Unveil David Ortiz Drive.

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Boston Red Sox, and Boston Public School student athletes honored former Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz today with the unveiling of David Ortiz Drive, currently known as Yawkey Way Extension.

Here is a gallery of photos from the event.

Photos: 2016 Globies Awards.

Last night, I shot the second annual Globies Awards for Fenway Sports Management.

The award show recognized the sports scene in New England and honors the most successful athletes and teams from the previous year. 

There were several photographers on hand, each with their own shot list to cover. I was assigned to the “orange carpet” to get athletes as they arrive posed with a bright yellow Mercedes-Benz parked out front of the House of Blues. Got to make those sponsors happy. Then I stayed backstage during the award ceremonies, shooting interactions and posed photos with the athletes after they accepted their awards. There were a lot of moving parts backstage, but it was fun to be there, and was happy to get about 20 seconds with David Ortiz to shoot a portrait of him in the Green Room. 

Photos: David Ortiz Attends Boston Common Magazine Event.

Our old friend Big Papi made an appearance last night at Strega Waterfront in Boston for the Boston Common Magazine release of their newest issue, featuring Ortiz on the cover. I shot the event for Getty Images.

Nothing crazy here, and certainly no art, just a few quick snaps for the record. Thanks to Boston Common Magazine and Getty Images for having me out!

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!