Wednesday, 26 August 2009
Yesterday I was luck enough to do some shots of Rival Schools during their soundcheck at Brixton Academy. The band were opening for The Offspring in fornt of a sold out crowd. In my opinion their record 'United By Fate' is one of the greatest records of the last decade and definitely one of the greatest debut albums so it was a privilege to be able to have the opportunity. The band were thoroughly nice guys too. They played a few new songs at the show which sounded great and I'm really looking forward to seeing what they come up with next!
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Sunday, 23 August 2009
I took this shot of The Xcerts at a photo shoot we did in Shoreditch for the band's forthcoming single 'Nightschool'. You can view it Large on Black by clicking on the image.
Check out their new single and other songs from the band's debut album 'In the Cold Wind We Smile' on the band's MySpace page.
Monday, 17 August 2009
This photo (taken last Thursday) shows Frank Turner performing at 93 Feet East, London as part of the Brick Lane Takeover. Frank was looking for a member of the crowd to play a harmonica solo. After he failed to persuade Kingston singer/songwriter Dave House he asked my friend Ben who did a pretty damn good job! Click on the image to view it large on Black.
I did a photo shoot with The Xcerts before the show and I'll be putting these in the gallery soon.
This shot of Murray from The Xcerts was taken last Thursday at Cargo as part of the Brick Lane Takeover. The one day festival is was aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. For more information on the festival and how you have help support Macmillan you should head over to the Brick Lane Takeover website.
Tuesday, 11 August 2009
I did some promo shots of Spectrum 7 by Great Portland Street before their show at the 299, London. Click on the image to view it large on black. There are a few more photos from the shoot in the gallery .
Tuesday, 4 August 2009
These photos of 65daysofstatic (above) and Nick Cave (below) were taken on the last day (Sunday) of this year's Latitude festival.
65daysofstatic's set at the Sunrise Area was brought to an end with the band's singer crowdsurfing outside in the woodland tent (pictured). Click on the image to view it large on black. I'll be putting some more shots in the gallery soon.