The 2022 Major League Baseball regular season has come to a close. The Red Sox played their final game of the year yesterday in a rainy cold Fenway. The year ended on a high note with a win and series sweep, and several emotional moments after a frustrating year on the field.
This wraps my eleventh season with the Boston Red Sox. I’ll have more to say later, but I’m feeling proud of the work our team was able to do despite challenging circumstances this year. We press on!
Here is a recap from this year’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. I was lucky to be able to travel with the three Red Sox representatives – Rafael Devers, Xander Bogaerts, and J.D. Martinez – to document their experience over All-Star week. Before the game, I shot some portraits with J.D. in an old theatre to represent the Hollywood theme of the week.
It was fun to shoot those on film for a change, which sparked a desire to start working with film more again!
A rare 6:05PM early start had me inspired to shoot from everywhere the light was for this game against the Astros. Before the game, I experimented with the Fuji GFX 50S medium format sensor camera to shoot some portraits of our guys. Once we got through golden hour, Nick Pivetta pitched a complete game shutout, which felt like the first key moment of the season so far.
On to the ALCS, and back in Houston – a place I have become very familiar with over the years after many trips here for postseason runs. Always an intimidating place to play, but a great baseball atmosphere. Here are some selects from Game 1 – an Astros win.
I’m with the team in Washington, D.C. to cover as we inch closer to clinching the top seed in the American League Wild Card chase. Here are some images from a dramatic late innings win against the Nationals.
Another win tonight in the second to last home game of the season. I took a little stroll outside to take in the strange emptiness during game time. It’s such a stark contrast to the usual hustle in the neighborhood during game time. It’s a really weird time to be working.