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Eight Years with And And And

I have known the guys of And And And for a long time now. They are one of the first bands I’ve photographed. I started shooting their shows back in 2010. Shooting And And And has taught me everything I know about photographing live music. My music photography has come a long way since then. For Read the full article…

The Parlance of Jargon

Not a review of Jargon’s new album Ginkgo Biloba

The Drummers of Treefort

Drummers, we photographers haven’t forgotten about you, we just can’t see you very well.

We Made It Out Alive! Treefort Day 5

Day five was a lot of fun. Despite waking up to a couple of inches of snow, it turned quite nice, it rapidly melted way. I took it easier than the previous four days and I still managed to photograph ten shows. Early in the day, I spent a little time with a couple of Read the full article…

Day 3 – Treefort is Keeping Us Busy.

I feel I took it a lot easier for day 3, but I also saw a lot of great music. Unlike my media-comrades-in-arms, I have been approaching my assignment like a regular show-goer. I don’t dart in and dart out for a couple of pictures and hit the next venue. I usually stick around for Read the full article…

A Chat with Todd Walberg

This Evening I was able to have a lovely chat with my good friend Todd Walberg. A talented music photographer currently based out of Yakima Washington.
We sit down at one of my favorite coffee shops and talk about photography, stage lighting, music, venues, and what it’s like being an indie music photographer in the Pacific Northwest.

A 5 Day Treefort Adventure

Happy Treefort This was my second Treefort, I’m glad I was able to attend this year. I’ll try to breakdown how it works. The festival does not work like most summer festivals do, but a lot of format similarities are clear. With a lot of summer music festivals you can show up and camp or Read the full article…

Time to Rally for Day 5 of Treefort

I’m a little tired and maybe a bit burnt out. I managed to still catch some great bands though. Navigating the streets and venues on day 5 of Boise was challenging, but I carried on. Five days do seem like a long time for a music festival. Although this is not a camping festival, the Read the full article…

I Slowed Down for Day 4

Day 4 was nice and easy and I didn’t huff around town as I had in the first three days. I could tell that other attendees were a bit slower as well. Saturday was a day that I caught up with bands that I am already familiar with. It was a nice change, but hopefully Read the full article…

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