The In(-)Between » By Boston commercial photographer Bryce Vickmark.

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A photo of mine from the 2009 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA was selected for the cover of Lacrosse Magazine! The cover story was about how Matt Abbott and his Syracuse Orange won the Division I championship game beating Cornell in the most amazing come-from-behind victory I have ever witnessed. You can see the Orange score four goals to win 10-9 in the last 3:50 minutes on YouTube. This was my second year covering the tournament for Lacrosse Magazine.


I photographed Red Sox player Jason Bay at Fenway Park for the Sporting News last month. It was a truly incredible experience to meet the “new” left fielder and photograph him inside the manual scoreboard room and in front of the Green Monster for the Sporting News. They used the second photo below for the lead of a story about the top stadiums in Major League Baseball. The issue is currently on news stands. I was happy to see Jason Bay named as a starter recently to the 2009 All Star gamer. He was extremely friendly and accommodating. Afterwards I hung out for the beginning of batting practice and got some shots in the dugout of Dustin Pedroia and Julio Lugo which are below.
Special thanks to Pam Ganley of the Boston Red Sox for all of her help during the shoot.






sn-tearsheet-taylorI had the pleasure of photographing New England Patriot football player Fred Taylor at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA earlier this month for the Sporting News Magazine. The story was about Hall-of-Fame caliber players who spent their whole careers with one team and now are playing their first year for another franchise. Taylor was a Jacksonville Jaguar from 1998-2008. He could not have been a nicer guy. Thanks a lot to Casey O’Connell of the Patriots for all of his help!

Light Data: Profoto Acute 2R 2400 pack with beauty dish on the key light on a boom stand from above. Two bare bulb heads with reflectors from behind the subject on the left and right. Underexposed the sky by about a stop and a half.