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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 05:  Varvara Lepchenko of the United States celebrates after defeating Mona Barthel of Germany in their Women's Singles Third Round match on Day Six of the 2015 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 5, 2015 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 05: Varvara Lepchenko of the United States celebrates after defeating Mona Barthel of Germany in their Women’s Singles Third Round match on Day Six of the 2015 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 5, 2015 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

This past September I was given the opportunity to return to the US Open. Although my main responsibility this year was covering a few of the event’s sponsorships, I was fortunate enough to get plenty of tennis in under my belt. The sport has quickly become one of my favorite things to photograph due to the vibrant colors and strong emotions that mix in with an abundance of great light. Continue reading ›

2014 TCS New York City Marathon

Although it feels like only yesterday that I was editing down some of my favorite images from 2013, a lot has happened for me over the past year. After finishing up an internship in Utah last January, I continued to move west to a trainee position at the Orange County Register. Despite the fact that I was completely transfixed by the Wasatch mountain range outside of Salt Lake City, I found a ton of comfort and beauty inside Southern California. New friends came with the new territory and there was no lack of area to explore. My main responsibility at the paper was to cover high school sports and I shot three to four events each day. This didn’t leave much time to really work the edges at every event, so prioritizing a schedule was key. In June I was fortunate enough to be offered an internship with Getty Images Sport out of New York City. After falling in love with sport photography early in my college career, one of my dreams was to one day work for Getty. Despite the fact that it was hard to say goodbye once again to friends, I packed my bags and began driving east soon after. Continue reading ›

2014 US Open - Day 10

After another move across the country I have landed at an internship with Getty Images in New York City. My first assignment of the internship was to shoot the US Open and I could not have been more excited to cover a Grand Slam. During my two weeks in Queens I had the opportunity to learn from a talented team and see what it takes to cover such an event on a large scale. Teamwork was vital to our success and patience played a big role in making a few good photographs. Thanks for looking!  Continue reading ›

Angels_01

Last week I was given an opportunity to shoot my first Angels game of the year. Having never shot in Angels Stadium before, I was quite excited to go after hearing great things. That afternoon I met up with OCR staff photographer Kevin Sullivan in order to get the lay of the land and to set up a remote on home plate. The game went quite late that night though, which gave me plenty of time to pick Kevin’s brain while sitting from our spot at third.  Continue reading ›

Varsity_01

For the past five months I have been interning at The Orange County Register in Southern California. During this time I was assigned exclusively high school sports coverage and was tasked with shooting 3-4 games each day. This usually left no time to work the edges or set up any remotes at an event, but it most certainly taught me a lot about organization and workflow. I have included a few photos from the 400+ games I shot in just a few months. Enjoy! Continue reading ›