Photos: Red Sox Legends Attend Johnny Pesky Memorial.

“David Ortiz, Tim Wakefield, and Jason Varitek attend a public memorial service at Fenway Park Sunday, September 23, 2012 for Johnny Pesky, who passed away earlier this year.”

“Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Pedro Martinez, Dustin Pedroia, and David Ortiz share their memories about Johnny Pesky at a public memorial service at Fenway Park for Pesky Sunday, September 23, 2012, who passed away earlier this year.

“Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens speaks at a public memorial service at Fenway Park Sunday, August 23, 2012 for Johnny Pesky, who passed away earlier this year.

“Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez speaks during a public memorial service at Fenway Park Sunday, September 23, 2012 for Johnny Pesky, who passed away earlier this year.

“Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine signs Pesky’s Pole during a public memorial service at Fenway Park Sunday, September 23, 2012 for Johnny Pesky, who passed away earlier this year.”

“Current and former Boston Red Sox players lay down roses around a number ‘6’ on the infield dirt during a public memorial service at Fenway Park Sunday, September 23, 2012 for Johnny Pesky, who passed away earlier this year.”

Here are a some images from Sunday evening’s public memorial service for Boston Red Sox great Johnny Pesky, who passed away earlier this season. This was an interesting event to cover, as it brought together multiple generations of players and members of the Red Sox organization.

It’s difficult not to get good pictures when you have so many legends sitting in one spot together. It’s always good when you get Pedro Martinez, Roger Clemens, David Ortiz, Jason Varitek, Dustin Pedroia, Jacoby Ellsbury, Tim Wakefield, Carlton Fisk, Jim Rice, and Reggie Smith to name a few at the same time. 

Photos: Boston Red Sox Honor Death of Johnny Pesky.

“The entire Boston Red Sox lineup wears Number 6 jerseys to honor the death of Red Sox great Johnny Pesky Tuesday, August 21, 2012.”

“The number ‘6’ is cut in the outfield grass at Fenway Park to honor the death of Johnny Pesky Tuesday, August 21, 2012.”

“An American flag is flown at half mast to honor the death of Johnny Pesky Tuesday, August 21, 2012.”

“The sun sets over Fenway Park during a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Tuesday, August 21, 2012.”

Here are a few shots from the ceremonies honoring Johnny Pesky, former Boston Red Sox great who passed away last week. 

Fenway Park couldn’t have caught a more beautiful night to recognize him. 

Boston Red Sox Photography: Memorial Day – Monday, May 28, 2012 vs. Detroit Tigers.

“An American flag covers the Green Monster during the Memorial Day ceremonies at Fenway Park Monday, May 28, 2012 before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers.”

“Boston Red Sox President and CEO Larry Lucchino talks with former Red Sox great Johnny Pesky during the Memorial Day ceremonies at Fenway Park Monday, May 28, 2012 before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers.”

“Former Boston Red Sox right fielder Trot Nixon throws out the ceremonial first pitch during the Memorial Day ceremonies at Fenway Park Monday, May 28, 2012 before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers.”

“Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Felix Doubront delivers during the first inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers Monday, May 28, 2012 at Fenway Park.”

“Boston Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzales slides into home plate during the first inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers Monday, May 28, 2012 at Fenway Park.”

“Boston Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks throws to first during the eighth inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers Monday, May 28, 2012 at Fenway Park.”

Here’s a few from this year’s Memorial Day ceremonies and action at Fenway Park. We caught a beautiful day for baseball, and the Red Sox pulled through with a solid win.

When you shoot the same event every day, it’s important to constantly challenge yourself to find different ways to make it look interesting. I tried to mix things up a bit yesterday. This game’s “Thing I Learned”: I’m settling in to shooting from the seats more and more as the season goes on. There’s somer really interesting frames to be made. I like the juxtaposition of game action and fan activity. I think I’m going to try to explore that more going forward.

Boston Red Sox Photography: Fenway Park Celebrates 100th Anniversary.

“Fighter jets fly over Fenway Park during the 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox left fielder and first baseman Carl Yastrzemski salutes the crowd after being introduced during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Annivesary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona salutes the crowd after being introduced during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox shortstop Nomar Garciaparra salutes the crowd after being introduced during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner salutes the crowd after being introduced during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek and pitcher Tim Wakefield escort Johnny Pesky and Bobby Doerr through the infield after being introduced during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox first baseman Mo Vaughn greets other alumni after being introduced during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Boston Red Sox alumni salute the crowd after being introduced during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox first baseman Kevin Millar and former pitcher Pedro Martinez lead the crowd in a toast to break the record for World’s Largest Toast during Fenway Park’s 100th Year Anniversary ceremony Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Boston Red Sox pitcher Clay Buccholz throws the first pitch of the Fenway Park 100th Year Anniversary game against the New York Yankees Friday, April 20, 2012.”

“Shadows creep across the Green Monster at Fenway Park during the 100th year Anniversary game against the New York Yankees Friday, April 20, 2012.”

Last Friday, Fenway Park celebrated it’s 100th Anniversary with an elaborate pre-game ceremony followed by a game against the New York Yankees. The game itself was quite anticlimactic, ending in a pretty bad loss for the Red Sox, but that was definitely overshadowed by the magnitude of the milestone this ballpark had reached.

I was honored to be a small part of the day, and I was thrilled to witness this important moment in baseball history. Johnny Pesky, Carl Yastrzemski, Bobby Doerr, Jim Rice, Pedro Martinez, Nomar Garciaparra, Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield, and Terry Francona were just a few of the over 200 Boston Red Sox alumni from all generations that were on hand to celebrate at Fenway. What a sight.

I shot the pre-game ceremony from the first base photo pit, and had a blast. It’s easily one of my best memories from my time working in baseball. 

And as chaotic and busy as the day was leading up to the ceremony, I learned a lot about the logistics of shooting big-time events like these. There’s lots of planning that goes into organizing a huge corral of pro photographers on hand, and being part of that planning process was a valuable experience for me. 

There’s so much more I could say, but I think I’ll let the images do the talking. Click the photos to enlarge, if you’d like! And, check the Boston Red Sox Facebook Page to view their Timeline cover photo shot by yours truly.

I’d love to hear your thoughts about this milestone, the ceremony, the recent Red Sox performance, these photos, or anything else!

Boston Red Sox Photography: Opening Day 2012.

“Fighter jets fly over Fenway Park during the pre-game ceremonies on Opening Day in Boston, Massachusetts Friday, April 13, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek and former pitcher Tim Wakefield salute the crowd before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park on Opening Day Friday, April 13, 2012.”

“Former Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek and former pitcher Tim Wakefield salute the crowd before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park on Opening Day Friday, April 13, 2012.”

Opening Day at Fenway Park: A moment I’ve long been waiting for, and it fulfilled my every expectation. The energy throughout the stadium was booming, and we couldn’t have asked for a nicer day to begin the season in Boston.

What’s more, the Red Sox opened up this homestand with a solid win

As I did after each game I shot last season, I’ll continue to post one “Thing I Learned” from each game I document this year. This game’s “Thing I Learned”: Navigating through Fenway Park when it’s full of people is incredibly inconvenient. I found myself a bit frustrated after two innings of fighting my way through throngs of drunken fans. Such is the nature of the ballpark, though, and I’ve quickly learned to embrace it!

More to come soon!