Friday, 18 August 2006

Hot Chip live at Fopp, Tottenham Court Road



These shots of Hot Chip were taken at the launch of Fopp Tottenham Court Road store yesterday. The band sounded pretty impressive even if it did taken them half a year to sound check!

Wednesday, 16 August 2006

Jamie T live at The Ginglik Club



This shot of NME favourite Jamie T was taken earlier night at a T-Mobile Street gig at The Ginglik Club in Shepards Bush. The club apparently used to be an old public toilet but you never would have known!

Tuesday, 15 August 2006

Lovers Electric live at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen



I took these shots earlier today at the Hoxton Bar and Kitchen. I have to say that I had not heard of Lovers Electric before but I am informed that they are from Australia. Check out the tiny piano below.

Saturday, 12 August 2006

Frank Turner/Jamie Lenman live at Camden Barfly





The shots of Frank Turner (ex-Million Dead) and Jamie Lenman (Reuben) were taken earlier this week (Tuesday) at the Camden Barfly. It was Frank’s first major London headline gig as a solo artist and was sold out. The stage invasion at the end made it all the better!

Tuesday, 8 August 2006

The Fratellis live at the Camden Electric Ballroom



I took these shots of The Fratellis earlier today at the Camden Electric Ballroom. The crowd went mad and were throwing drinks all over the place! I'm not sure the guys filming were too happy!

Thursday, 3 August 2006

The Aliens live at The Barfly



These shots of The Aliens featuring members of The Beta Band were taken tonight at a low key gig at the Camden Barfly. They seemed just as crazy as their former band and were great to taken pictures of.



Wednesday, 2 August 2006

Irvine Welsh Waterstones Book Signing



This shot Irvine Welsh author of 'Trainspotting' was taken earlier this evening at a signing of his new book at Waterstones in Piccadilly. He seemed like a nice chap and was happy to sign books for the hundreds of fans that were there.

Alex Martinez shot for The Evening Standard



This shot of graffiti artist Alex Martinez was taken last Thursday for the Evening Standard. Alex's work is really impressive and you can check it out at The Muse Gallery as part of the Portobello Film Festival.