Week 2 between the Steelers and Bengals had a playoff atmosphere and featured periods of all-out downpour from the skies above -- a perfect combination for photos.
Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin led their countries against each other on Wednesday, and in a rare occurrence, the Penguins' stars faced off on opposite sides at Consol Energy Center.
The Steelers needed the light to fade before the stars came out. Once they did, though, business was boomin' as usual.
Pitt and Penn State finally renewed their rivalry on Saturday, but is a four-year series enough? For photographers, that answer is a resounding "no."
The Pirates channeled Roberto Clemente on his day to defeat their losing streak and the rival Cardinals.
James Conner scored enough points to win, smiled a lot, and put tears in a certain photographer's eyes.
Canadian medalists Kadeisha Buchanan and Ashley Lawrence returned to lift No. 6 West Virginia over No. 8 Clemson. Here are a few photos to prove it.
Bell arrived mid-game after leaving his game of GTA to join the club in Pittsburgh, here are some of my favorites from my first innings with the first baseman.
What better time for the Perseids to hit their stride than on the clearest night of my Outer Banks vacation?
It doesn't matter if you played the game, enjoy the game, or just love good television, "Friday night lights" gets everyone excited for some pigskin.
I originally wanted to bring you guys some football in the rain after seeing Saturday's camp forecast, but you'll have to settle for portraits. It just didn't rain for long.
As you may have been noticed by now, I’m having a lot of fun — so much so that I’m not sure I should be paid to shoot photos. PNC...
As soon as it was announced that I’d be joining this staff, I received a text from one Josh Yohe.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — Coming into this weekend, we knew Sidney Crosby would have sports’ best trophy in his possession for longer than his allotted day — an honor fittingly bestowed on the...
It feels like months since Dejan Kovacevic penned my introduction as the new staff photographer as if I'd been acquired by Jim Rutherford to facilitate a run at the Stanley Cup.