Out of the 28 teams that competed at the NYYC Resolute Cup in Newport, RI., San Diego Yacht Club showed up for the victory. Congrats to the SDYC, skipper Tyler Sinks with crew Nick Martin, Nick Kaschack and Max Hutchinson. It’s always great to be on the water shooting in Newport, no matter what the conditions. Check out our full coverage of the Resolute Cup at outsideimages.com.
The Volvo Ocean Race Newport stopover ended today as the boats raced their last in-port race and began the next leg to Cardiff. After days of nasty weather, the fog lifted and the breeze pushed on cue for the start. Team Brunel was the skilled winner of both in-port races, but Mapfre and Dongfeng definitely stirred things up. Check out the photos from the day below. Follow the race at www.volvooceanrace.com
We were so happy to get this snap from one of our clients who is interested in all things America’s Cup. They were able to create a great gallery wall in their den with custom prints fulfilled through outsideimages.com. They love it — we love it! It’s special to be able to see how others enjoy and appreciate the work.
Our client chose from the work of Paul Mello. Mello’s impressive collection of photographs capture a distinct era in the sport. Originally shot on film and meticulously scanned by the photographer himself, Mello’s America’s Cup images are thoughtful compositions that demonstrate his romance with sailing. The photographs — covering the 70’s to the 80’s —represent a vibrant time in sailing: Newport, Rhode Island, classic boat aesthetic and certainly the drama of Ted Turner’s pursuit of the cup.
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For a sport photographer the J Worlds was a true highlight this summer. If you missed it – you missed out. These commanding boats and the level of athleticism of these sailors is impressive. The conditions too presented a great challenge — thick fog to blue skies. The push to get a great shot was worth it all in the end. Sailing World produced a great feature article with Kimball Livingston that I am proud to have collaborated with on my images. No matter how many times I see my work in print it gives me a thrill. Hopefully you get a chance to grab a copy.
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Terrific Day on the water at the J Class World Championships. Keep Scrolling to check out a few images from today, but be sure to take a look at the full J Class Worlds gallery at outsideimages.com as it updates everyday.
It's really cool to be featured in a new book of adventure photography — The Edge of the World. The book was created to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Outside Magazine. It is an outstanding collection of the best photography featured in the magazine — I'm honored to have my work included with so may other talented photographers who share my passion for outdoor and sports photography. Check out the book here.
It's an honor to have been asked by the St. Petersburg Yacht Club to head down to capture the start of the St. Petersburg – Habana Race this year. The race was run from 1930 until 1958 when the relations between the US and Cuba soured. This year's revival saw a great turnout and is a sure sign that it will grow and be a race to watch next year. Check out the race results at Yacht Scoring.
I had the unique opportunity to race onboard the latest TP52 – Interlodge – while in Key West. Sailing with such an accomplished group of sailors on such an impressive boat was truly a thrill. Check out the Sailing World cover and the photo essay in the new March / April issue of Sailing World out on stands now. This is just a sneak peek!
I'm really inspired by the shots from the 1st day here in Marblehead, Massachusetts for the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta. It was a light day, but those are the days where you have to get creative. When wind is what you need to make the boats go fast and you haven't got it – it becomes more about capturing the mood and form. When I got back to land today and had the first look at what I shot I was reminded of how alluring sailing really is to me. I hope my images help people see the beauty and charm of this sport. Looking forward to shooting tomorrow. Keep scrolling to see a few more images from today...