Here is a set of new portrait work shot for Boston College for their 2021 football team media day. These two looks were shot simultaneously on two separate lighting setups with six lights used in total. The clean white look offers a simple portrait that can stand alone or be used for graphic cutouts, and the black setup with original field turf flooring provides a secondary creative option.
A big thanks to BC athletics for having me shoot these.
Another day back out at Boston College. This time, I was shooting for the visitors in Georgia Tech. It turned out to be a tough game for the Yellow Jackets, but it was still fun to be there and nice to have on-field access during these Covid times. A big thanks to the Georgia Tech Athletics Department for having me out!
I was back at Boston College to shoot another year of portraits of their 2020 Men’s and Women’s basketball teams. These two looks were shot simultaneously on two separate lighting setups with six lights used in total. The clean white look offers a simple portrait that can stand alone as an image or be used for graphic cutouts, and the maroon and gold setups provide a secondary creative option.
A huge thanks to BC athletics for having me shoot these!
Here’s a set of images from yesterday, as Boston College named Jeff Hafley their new Head Football Coach. I was embedded with the Coach for his morning as he meet with players, staff, and the media. This was a fun assignment to be a part of.
A big thanks to the folks in Boston College Athletics for having me on board.
I was contracted by Boston College Athletics to shoot portraits of the 2019 Women’s Basketball roster of players, coaches, and staff, as well as their official team photo, for their 2019 photo day. I shot these portraits simultaneously on two setups, a black and a white, with a total of five lights. Running two portrait stations at once is no easy task, but I was able to draw on past experience and execute some simple but effective portraits.
A huge thanks to BC for having me shoot these!
Here is my set of images from Boston College vs. Louisville yesterday at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. I covered the game for Getty Images.
This was a tough one for BC, who lost 52-7 to Louisville. It was the Lamar Jackson show. The Louisville quarterback threw four touchdown passes and ran for three, putting up 416 total yards. From a photo standpoint, he was the subject of nearly all of them.
It took me a bit to get my football timing back. I was a bit frustrated at first, and maybe a little tired from a red eye flight the night before, but settled in and did alright the rest of the way.
I spent my Saturday this weekend out in Chestnut Hill at Boston College to shoot a game between the Eagles and the Florida State Seminoles.
I was able to finish the corporate/sponsorship signage work that I was hired to shoot by the end of the first half, so I stuck around to shoot game action for myself during the second half. I haven’t shot a football game in awhile, so it was a nice change of pace during a break from baseball.
These are a few that I liked. Looking through these images again, I’m realizing I shot mostly FSU action. That’s just how the game was going by the time I started shooting in the second half. Enjoy!
I had the opportunity to shoot some basketball this week over at Boston College. The North Carolina Tar Heels were in town, so despite the score, it was an exciting game to shoot.
Here are a few grabs from the game. I haven’t shot basketball in a long time, so it was nice to get back into it.