There aren't many weeks left in 2019 where there will be an all baseball Sunday's Best published. This is one of them.
Once or twice a baseball season, I like to look through all of the dugout portraits I've taken.
Baseball is a weird sport in that the action that takes place doesn't always translate into photographs.
The goal is to always provide an unbiased look into games that I cover, but there will always be a Pittsburgh slant because of the nature of who we are...
If you aren't a Bryan Reynolds fan by now, you probably haven't watched baseball in the last 30 days or so. That's fine if baseball isn't your thing, but there are few...
We've all seen the articles on BuzzFeed or any other aggregate, gossip or "list" site. The headline reads, "25 perfectly timed photos you wouldn't believe."
One of the most common questions I've gotten from subscribers: Who does the guy who shoots the Penguins trust to shoot his wedding?
After learning about Wexford-based up-and-comer Kris Wright, I've decided to work on an extended series covering the driver in and out of his race car.
Football is very far from my favorite sport.
Like everything I photograph, there's a rather important element of what I end up with that's completely out of my control -- the action.
Another Sunday's Best, another set of rainy sports photos.
After learning about Wexford-based up-and-comer Kris Wright, I've decided to work on an extended series covering the driver in and out of his race car. Catch up on the series here.
One thing is clear about the job of the photographer: You have no control over the moments that happen, just over what moments within the moments you choose to show...
This feels weird to write, but locker cleanout day is something I actually look forward to.
As good as Sidney Crosby's game awareness is, his sportsmanship awareness and appreciation of the game of hockey is even better.
I fell in love with Bridgestone Arena while covering the Penguins' 2016-17 Stanley Cup run.
Welcome back to the new edition of Sunday's Best.
Patric Hornqvist is a warrior. That's never something anyone should question.
I never saw the way Justin Schultz scored his goal.
For this first View from the Dugout, I wanted to explain ... again ... why I love to shoot baseball so much.
Once a year, the Penguins take their jerseys off of their backs, literally, and hand them to fans who have been awarded a chance to take them home.
I've never, until the Penguins' 4-1 win over the Red Wings, seen two players inadvertently high stick each other in wildly different ways.
The Penguins and the Hurricanes played out a regular season playoff game Sunday night.
Patric Hornqvist is the most abused player in the NHL.
As I laid in my Cincinnati hotel bed thinking about shooting baseball Thursday ... I wasn't ready for it to start.