One of the coolest things about living in Boston is having Fenway Park just up the street (well, it’s cool when I’m not stuck in traffic!) I was excited to shoot my second engagement session there on Tuesday with the gorgeous Debbie and Jeremy who were visiting from the Bay area in California (a place I sometimes dream of calling home). Jeremy was somewhat crippled after running in the marathon the day before (ouch!) but both were in high spirits.
We started out on the Green Monster:
Our next stop was one of the old vintage Red Sox signs – I love this spot.
After that, we headed over to the old wooden seats. I prefer for the oldest, crustiest ones as they have way more character (oh … and the light happens to be prettier over there at high noon)
A few last photos around the stadium included the lone red seat in the right field bleachers, and of course we had to capture some cinematic hotness in front of the Dunkin’ Donuts sign (Jeremy’s a HUGE fan of Dunkin’):
I was totally bummed that we weren’t allowed on top of the dugout this time around – but we got a couple of shots next to it instead.
We finished up our super fun session outside the park. I adore the old ticket office, and Gate B is a must-have shot too. Thank you so much, Debbie and Jeremy, for a really great session, and in case I forgot to mention it … I LOVE flying out to the west coast for weddings. 😉
SO jealous! I would love to shoot at Fenway! This couple looks like they had an awesome time! I especially love the shot in front of the ticket window. 🙂 Nice job lady!
Kate, this is an amazing shoot! Love the photos, and they’re a gorgeous couple!
Hey ladies, thanks so much for the comments! It was a great session, very fun 🙂
OMG! You rock. Thanks for making us look good!! The other pictures are wonderful too! Can’t wait to share!!
Yay, so happy you like your photos, D+J! 🙂
This is awesome? How did you get into the park?
We were able to contact the ballpark and they’ll let you come in for a small fee. Luckily, we also knew the PR director for the Sox so that was nice.