Back in January I filmed the Bridie Jackson and the Arbour gig to launch their debut album Bitter Lullabies. This was a sold out gig at Gateshead Sage
It was a real challenge there was four of us filming the gig with five cameras. This was first big live shoot that I have done, but I feel our research and preparation helped give us some excellent footage. We also came down early and filmed some of the soundcheck.
Some of the results can be found here:
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For my first attempt at filming an entire gig I am happy with the results – but know I can keep improving.
As with any video shoot, it is the editing that can take up your time. However there is one advantage when I saw Bridie play at The Central Bar in Gateshead I know all the songs word for word.
I am very happy to have recently been given assignments by two of the leading music publications the NME and Classic Rock Prog
The published images are below:
I am putting this at the beginning of the year, I hope in December that I can reflect on more assignments.
This has been an incredibly busy start to the year with photo shoots, live gigs, and some video work – I am so grateful and plan to keep it rolling on