MOOGFEST 2017 UNVEILS FULL SCHEDULE OF 100 WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES FOR SKILLS TO FOSTER FUTURE CREATIVITY – Moogfest attendees engage in an ecosystem of ideas, experiments, and specialized skills Durham, North Carolina (April 5, 2017) – Today Moogfest unveils the … Continue reading MOOGFEST 2017 UNVEILS FULL SCHEDULE OF 100 WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES
I shot the Flaming Lips once before at Walnut Creek. You can check that shoot out at raleighmusic.com under the “Warren Scott” concert photography section, my alias at the time. As I guessed, photographing Wayne Coyne and the Flaming Lips … Continue reading The Flaming Lips light up The Ritz with “There Should be Unicorns” tour.
Moogfest is 51 days away. With that in mind, we’re dedicating today’s news transmission to in-the-know details to help with your festival planning. From details on the exclusive Eurorack compatible synthesizer being built by this year’s Engineer Pass holders, to hotels … Continue reading MOOGFEST IN 51 DAYS
MOOGFEST ANNOUNCES PROTEST STAGE PARTICIPANTS FOR FESTIVAL’S OPENING NIGHT Featuring Talib Kweli, Omar Souleyman, Mykki Blanco, BEARCAT, Pie Face Girls, MIT Open Doc Lab, NEW INC, Found Sound Nation, and Goldsmiths The independent, annual, four-day festival will take place … Continue reading MOOGFEST ANNOUNCES PROTEST STAGE PARTICIPANTS FOR FESTIVAL’S OPENING NIGHT
Tommy Emmanuel was one of my first concert photography gigs when I joined raleighmusic.com. Mark Winston did a terrific interview then, check it out there. I looked forward to seeing him and Joe Robinson at the Carolina. I love the … Continue reading Tommy Emmanuel with special guest Joe Robinson IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TOUR at Carolina Theatre
I slowed down on the concert photography over the last few months due to a load of studio work. Shooting outfits for a catalog for Booty Candy Pole Wear and Aradia Pole Fitness’s staff photos for the owner, the amazing … Continue reading Alter Bridge with Non-Point and Weapons of Anew play The Ritz 2/12/2017
As you walk into Fallout, a sign advertises back shirts for $5 or “dress right in the first place.” The lady checking tickets reminds each person firmly that no photography is allowed at any time, for any reason. There was as … Continue reading Industrial Pop Tour: Aesthetic Perfection, Solar Fake, and Nyxx at Fallout RVA
I hadn’t shot at DPAC (Durham Performance Arts Center), yet for our new publication Indra, but Joe Bonamassa was just too good to let slide.Sure enough, he just tore it up, a true legendary Guitar Hero knocked us all out … Continue reading Joe Bonamassa tears down DPAC and makes them build a new one.
Every time I walk into The Maywood, I think it should smell like smoke and cedar. Indoor smoking has been banned in North Carolina for years, but I imagine every cigarette haunts the place. The opener for the night is … Continue reading Necrocosm at The Maywood
I can’t tell if the cranberry vodka is one of the best I’ve had because the bartender is just that good, or because I’ve driven two and half hours to get to Hooligan’s. By the second, I decide he’s just … Continue reading Return to Roots at Hooligans Pub & Music Hall