[VIDEO] Behind-The-Scenes, One Summer With Durham Bulls

Jul 1, 2014

Last year more than a dozen creative types - writers, photographers and filmmakers descended on the Durham Bulls Athletic Park for an unprecedented in-depth look at minor league baseball. Someone was at the stadium for every inning -- of every game -- all summer long. All of the work of Bull City Summer has been reviewed and now the very best is on display at several area locations.

WUNC's Carol Jackson has the story:

Photographer Frank Hunter was drawn to the majesty of the space, and the sky.

Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Credit Frank Hunter

Hiroshi Watanabe captured the solitude of the manual scoreboard operator:

Christopher Lux, Durham Bulls' manual scoreboard operator
Credit Hiroshi Watanabe

Some of the most captivating images are of the fans, like this one by Alex Harris:

A fan on game day.
Credit Alex Harris

This image of the Durham Bulls' mascot was taken by a Leah Sobsey with a Civil War-era camera. It is a tintype.

Credit Leah Sobsey and Tim Telkamp

Photographer Kate Joyce took thousands of photos of the players:

Credit Kate Joyce

(Watch the video story above to see what Kate did with all those images.)

You can see many more images and films from the Bull City Summer project at CAM Raleigh and the NC Museum of Art.