First Few as Full-time

Proud to announce that I have accepted a job with the Eagle Tribune and for the last 2 (ish) weeks I have been working as a Staff Photographer out of their North Andover office!!! Can’t say enough how grateful I am to be on staff at a great establishment and newspaper! My photojournalism journey to this point has been challenging, fun and educational, but above all it has be inspirational. It’s been wonderful to work alongside so many talented journalists and photographers thus far, and I have not only learned from them, but been inspired by each one of them to continue on to do great things and be the best photojournalist I can be. That being said, my first few weeks at the Trib have been amazing and I’ve already covered a wide array of events. I look forward to my journey there and to continue working with the amazing and talented staff. I can’t wait to see where this road takes me but for now, take a look at what my first few weeks as a fully employed photographer have looked like.

P.S. please excuse the excess of fireworks and July 4th. I couldn’t help myself 🙂

All photos © Eagle Tribune 2015 / Amanda Sabga 2015

Winter at Last

Unlike most, I LOVE winter. I’ve been waiting for some good snow fall since Thanksgiving and I’m happy that it finally happened! Maybe I wouldn’t have asked for a “potentially historic and crippling” blizzard, but now that the worst is behind us, I hope we can all enjoy the snow in all it’s beauty!

© Amanda Sabga Photography

Flash Back Friday

Some LONG overdue photos of my recent travel adventures. The last few months have been non-stop not to mention going home for the holidays. Here is a SNIPIT of some of my adventures in India and NOLA (while road tripping with my friend Shirley). I guess you could say I’m looking back at 2014….

All photos © Amanda Sabga

The Farewell Month: September

Unfortunately my journey with the Red Sox came to a bittersweet end. More bitter than sweet if you ask me. I haven’t yet been able to come up with the appropriate words to describe this experience. But fear not, be sure to keep an eye out for the coming mushy post about how much I miss spending my days running around the park looking for unique moments or getting pulled in every direction to cover the many special events taking place throughout the park. Here is a glance at September, my final month at Fenway Park.

All photos © Boston Red Sox

The end of Summer: AKA August

A late blog post about my August at Fenway Park but here are my favourites from the tail end of summer! Hope you enjoy them as much as I did taking them.

All photos © Boston Red Sox 2014

A Red Sox July

Hard to think July has come and gone so soon. Opening day feels like yesterday. Here are my favourites from July at Fenway.

A Quiet June at Fenway

June at Fenway park was a slow one to say the least, with only 9 home games and one weekend we had limited opportunity. But great moments awaited us. Here are my favourites!


All images © Boston Red Sox 2014

Fenway Yoga

Some (hot) yoga fun at Fenway last Sunday!

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Fenway in May

They say April showers bring May flowers…well I lost all hope in Mother Nature when I got to Boston! Weather aside May was a fun month at Fenway Park with the Red Sox. The park has given me lots of opportunities, here are my 25 favourite shots from May!


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April at Fenway Park!

April comes to a close and thus my first month at Fenway Park is over. Here are my favourite shots thus far. This experience is one like no other and it’s a learning process to say the least. Here’s to learning and improving and more opportunities.