Here’s a gallery from the final game of the home stand last week. An incredible sunset made for a few good innings of light to work with.
There is a 140-foot high ski and snowboard ramp in centerfield at Fenway Park. This is insane!
It’s been awesome documenting progress on the Polartec Big Air at Fenway Park ramp over the past few weeks here. It’s fascinating to see the construction crew work on this thing. I don’t know how they do it.
Visually, it’s proven interesting to shoot, even after shooting pictures literally every day since the build began. By this point, I think I’ve become one with the ramp. I’ve tried to show that construction can be beautiful if you look at it the right way.
Stay tuned for more pictures once the athletes start jumping off! I can’t wait to shoot.
Unfortunately, last night was a tough one for the Red Sox on the field against the Baltimore Orioles, so I don’t have too many photos on field to share.
Luckily, we were treated to one of the best sunsets I’ve ever seen, so I did some roaming to shoot that. Here are a few from the night.
It’s been a whirlwind week here for baseball as we approach the trade deadline, but in the spirit of keeping the blog fresh, here are some recent scenes from around Fenway Park.
Happy 2013 World Series!
Things are buzzing at Fenway Park in anticipation of game one tonight between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals. Yesterday, we were busy shooting team media day and press conferences, as well as the team workout.
After a brief patch of rain, the skies did all sorts of crazy things, and we were treated to one of the best sunsets I’ve ever seen and a rainbow over the park to boot. Let’s hope that’s a good luck omen for the Sox!
There’s nothing more exciting than playoff baseball, and I’m really pumped that we have it here in Boston this year.
Yesterday was Game One of the American League Division Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays, and from a Sox photographer’s point of view, things couldn’t have gone better. Although there wasn’t anything to out of the ordinary in the way of pictures, the team came out and dominated with a 10-2 win to begin the series.
I shot the game from one of two temporary, auxiliary photo pits built for the postseason on the inside ends of each dugout. It’s a nice luxury having those extra pits, which give us a different angle than we normally have during the regular season.
This is a selection of photos from both the pre-game Boston Marathon tribute ceremony as well as the game itself.
Game Two is tonight!