My career as a Major League baseball pitcher has been well documented, but what is not as well known is my passion for photography, which began when I studied photojournalism at the University of Southern California from 1983-85.Baseball became my occupation for two decades but my love of photography never left. Following my 2010 retirement, I was able to focus my attention back to this passion.
Thanks to the people I got to meet during my baseball career, I’ve been fortunate to have unique opportunities in photography. I’ve gotten to talk to and learn from some of the best photographers in different fields.
My world travels have allowed me to capture various rarities from the beauty of many African safaris, to motorsports, to multiple major music artists.
Along the way my work has been featured in publications such as Rolling Stone, Spin, and Metal Hammer. My concert photography has even found its way into tour programs, posters, books, and websites.
Photography has taken me on an amazing journey, but it’s only just beginning. I look forward to visiting places I’ve never been, shooting things I’ve never seen, and getting better each and every day.