Please find some of my work from 2016 – it’s been a great year I have seen some of my favourite bands and we are only two months into the year.
This was one of the wildest gigs have been to in a long time. I was down the front with the super enthusiastic crowd – I could not move around much but managed to get some shots that reflect the energy of the gig.
This is technically not a great picture but sometimes you just have to capture the moment otherwise it is gone. I was pleased to show some of the energy from the gig
I have finally got round to updating the published work section since my last update I have had work published in print, online, and on a CD cover. See my published work section for all the details.
It was a real honour that Paul Rose selected my photographs for his cover and CD booklet
The CD is available to buy from his website www.paulrose.co.uk and on I tunes.
I have done more portraits lately and my images of Holy Mammoth featured in the November issue of Narc. We don an outdoor shoot on a cold windy night in The Ouseburn. They were great to work with and appreciate their patience during the shoot especially considering I did not have an assistant on the night. Some of the images are in my Portraits section.
It has been a long time I am still trying to organise a new website I think I am going to go with Photoshelter and plan to launch it sometime soon – I am lucky that I have been too busy taking photographs to arrange this.
Here is a link to a slide show on my fortcoming site:
On Saturday I photographed a stripped down Frankie and the Heartstrings (Frankie and Michael) playing at one of my favourite local independent record stores R.P.M.
You could not have failed to be impressed by their acoustic set Frankie did not even use a mic – a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. I bought their new single Ungrateful.
I have put some images from the day in my Frankie And The Heartstrings RPM gallery.
I was pleased that both Michael and Frankie agreed to take part in my Instamatic for the People project.
It is always good to support live music especially at a local record store