Here’s a few pictures from Harvest Festival last weekend, that I shot for The Vine. TV On The Radio The Walkmen PVT Mercury Rev Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Bright Eyes Death In Vegas The National Flaming Lips Portishead
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The MAPS/FBi 94.5FM Changing Lanes Festival landed in Surry Hills this year, expanding out from last year’s more cosy Newtown setting. Cameras Oscar and Martin Splash Mountain Lanie Lane Megastick Fanfare Big Scary Gareth Liddiard The Vasco Era Bleeding Knees Club … my new favourite band. More shenanigans. Installation by Jesse Willesee. Another Jesse Willesee installation. Performance from Jack Mannix, of Circle Pit. Papa vs Pretty PVT
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The Alaskan wilderness is a strange place – absolutely gigantic, strikingly beautiful in a stark, graphic kind of way, and perpetually lit (the sun doesn’t even start thinking about going down until at least 10pm). The kind of place that makes you feel like the most insignificant speck in the universe. Here’s a few pictures I snapped along the way on our journey from the Denali Highway down to the Kenai Peninsula.
Finally filling the ‘indie-cowboy-covers-supergroup’ hole that’s been glaringly present in the Sydney live music scene for some time, Fan Fixion took to the FBi Social stage for the first time last Thursday night for a short, but blistering set. With the impressive Singstar-honed vocal chords of FBi 94.5FM presenter Shag, along with Red Riders frontman Al Grigg, Flying Foxes‘ Benjamin Maher, Magnetic Heads‘ Des Miller and Peppercorn‘s Luke de Zilva, the band cranked their way through an all-killer, no-filler set […]
In keeping with the retrospectively nostalgic vibe of NYE, I thought I would throw together a few images of different spaces that I was incredibly lucky enough to inhabit during 2010. They range from cluttered & intimate to awe-inspiringly huge, and they all represent particularly special moments for me throughout the year. Beck’s Festival Bar (Sydney, Australia) One of the highlights of this year’s Sydney Festival, Beck’s Festival Bar hosted the amazing Grizzly Bear. I arrived a little late to the […]