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.
Last Record Store Day I shot Superfood ( who have since released their debut album ” Don’t Say That”) at Sound It Out Records in Stockton. One of the pictures from then has been published in the super impressive Rock Atlas book.
This year I am hoping to get The Replacements – Alex Chilton vinyl
Happy Holidays from me to you. x
Two posts in quick succession – I am attempting to keep this updated more frequently
So far this month I have had work published in Classic Rock Prog, NME, and Music Week.
I went up to Edinburgh to do a shoot with North Atlantic Oscillation, which was so much fun. I am so proud that the images are featured on a full page.
A portrait of the Voyeurs is in the current issue of the NME – they are a great band and supported my A A D project – I am thrilled that it accompanies such a positive review of their new album Rhubarb Rhubarb.
I am a lucky omen or just fortunate enough to work with super talented bands as my picture accompanies another super positive review of the new Gandalf’s Fist album A Forest Of Fey.
There also some shots of Anathema from their gig in Glasgow. Also some images of music industry figures in last week,s Music Week
I am so grateful of these opportunities and I am always keeping on keeping on
We recently filmed a performance video for the song Different Circles by Warning. They are a really exciting live band, and I hope the video captures some of their energy. I am really proud of it .
It was so great to catch up with The Voyeurs ( previously Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs).
Although the band were delayed on the motorway getting to the gig , they still found the time to do some photographs with me after their soundcheck.
Here are three portraits done before the gig – one of which included me standing on top of chair which in turn was on top of a table. I think it was worth it. Looking forward to seeing them again later in 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.