Photography Highlights and Show Stats 2017

In 2017, I caught over 241 live performances from bands, across 115 days, which includes short sets as part of fests/tributes or photo-only opps. I didn’t record details for every…

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Highlights as a Photographer 2016

In early 2015, I completed a new website. Aside from updating the blog and changing the images on the splash page a few times, I never really followed through with…

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Janelle Monáe & more @ Afropunk 2016 (Day 2)

Gallery of Afropunk photos including Gallant, Janelle Monáe, Kelela, Skunk Anansie and The Internet Source: Janelle Monae, The Internet, Kelela & more @ Afropunk 2016 day 2 (pics)

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Danny Clinch – Walls of Sound Gallery



Near the end of summer in 2014, I had the opportunity to interview esteemed music photographer Danny Clinch about his epic monograph Still Moving (Abrams) (which is available for purchase on Amazon). That interview is over at PopMatters. Then, a few weeks after, at the time of the book release, Clinch put together a party at the McKittrick Hotel where a lot of musicians came to pay their respects, many of whom sat in on a performance by the Tangiers Blues Band.

Clinch’s follow up project was a very limited edition book called Motor Drive, featuring artists and automobiles, as well as a gallery exhibit at Milk Studios with the opening night reception on March 3rd. The Milk Gallery website has some photos of the exhibition as well as a few words from the photographer about the process, “Clinch told Milk Made during the opening that this show, and it’s accompanying book release Still Moving, was something of an extreme labor of love. “I spent 25 hours on this wall alone” he says as he nods toward a gargantuan photo collage occupying the back wall of the Milk Gallery. “It’s been real great working on this show,” he continued, “it’s turning out better than I ever could have hoped for.” We had high hopes, but we couldn’t agree more.”


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