Some of my favourite images taken over 3 nights at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London earlier this year. All 3 nights were fantastic, with Mugison supporting.
I’ve covered the BBC Introducing stage at T in the Park for the past 3 years, and it’s always a great stage to photograph. Great new bands, enthusiastic crowd, lovely people and freedom of access to get a range of photographic viewpoints make it a fantastic experience. Shooting every band on the stage over the weekend can be pretty non-stop, so it always flies past really quickly. I’ve selected some of my favourite images from the past 3 years for you to have a look at here.
If you want to see more images, you can visit the BBC T in the Park 2013 website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/events/egfrbp) where as well as the Introducing stage, you’ll find loads of photos and videos from the other stages and around the arena. The 2011 (http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/festivals/tinthepark/2011/) and 2012 (http://www.bbc.co.uk/events/ehxzp6) sites are still up as well!
Please remember that the copyright for these images is owned by the BBC, so please don’t copy or use them without seeking permission from the BBC first. Thanks!
Brilliant and very funny shoot with Jenny and Jill of Body Parts last week, before their show at the Glad Cafe in Shawlands, supporting Cate Le Bon. My first time in the Glad Cafe, and it’s a great wee place! Nice to have a decent alternative bar/venue on the south side, and Rachel and the rest of the staff were lovely. Big thanks to them for letting us do the shoot there! Here’s a few of my favourites.
Just back from a very muddy weekend, shooting stills for the BBC’s Introducing stage at T in the Park – an epic 21 bands over 2 days! It was my second year doing it and I had a great time again. Brilliant line-up, including up and coming Scottish artists like United Fruit, Admiral Fallow, Fatherson, Vigo Thieves, Woodenbox and Laki Mera, as well as new artists from around the UK. Belfast’s More Than Conquerors and London’s Swami Baracus were a couple of good discoveries from outside Scotland.
A selection of pictures can be seen by clicking on the link below, and check out the videos too, there’s some great bands there!
Here’s some more!
So here we go, the big catch up begins! It would take me forever to post everything I’ve been doing since July 2010, so I’m putting up a selection of my favourite images.
Over the past few months I’ve been working as in-house photographer for King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, working towards an exhibition later this year which I’m really looking forward to! So here’s some of my favourite images from Tut’s. I’ve really been enjoying the variety of different shows I get to shoot, and having a say in which ones I do each month is great too.
So here they are in no particular order! More to come.
Some shots from a couple of gigs I’ve been to in the past week, Brian Jonestown Massacre at the ABC, and Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster at Stereo. I’ve been a bit neglectful of my blog recently but plan to get back on track now! Lots of pictures to upload from the past wee while which I’ll get to soon.
Brian Jonestown Massacre
Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster – one of those gigs where the crowd made the night!