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All Time Low: Preview

All Time Low: Preview

Last night, I shot All Time Low at Irving Plaza in New York City for an upcoming issue of Alternative Press magazine. The band just kicked off its “My Small Package Tour”, where it will be headlining across the country for the next month. Here’s just one shot from the set…plenty more will be available once the issue hits stands in about a month. Continue reading »

Rusko Photo Shoot

Rusko Photo Shoot

Back in August, I was asked to take some portraits of Christopher Mercer (aka Rusko), for an upcoming piece in Alternative Press about dubstep. Initially, I was concerned about doing the shoot backstage, but I soon discovered the greatness that is the Electric Factory backstage. The main lounge was big and contained 2 pool tables, a shuffleboard table, a retro television, a big camel statue, and quite possibly the nicest one-handed bartender in Philadelphia. I had a few ideas in mind for the shoot, but ultimately it was the spontaneous shots using the elements from the room that I liked the best. Check out a few photos from the session, then watch one of Rusko’s music videos! Continue reading »

Union County MusicFest 2010: OK Go

Union County MusicFest 2010: OK Go

If you haven’t heard of OK Go, I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Internet. The band, whose video for “Here It Goes Again” won a Grammy Award and has more than 52 million views on YouTube, rained confetti on Oak Ridge Park during the Union County MusicFest on Saturday. Continue reading »

Revelation Generation 2010: TobyMac & The E.R.A.C.E. All-Star Jam

Revelation Generation 2010: TobyMac & The E.R.A.C.E. All-Star Jam

Headlining on Sunday, and closing out Revelation Generation 2010, GRAMMY Award winner, Toby McKeehan (aka TobyMac) took to the New York Stage, alongside an all-star cast including the likes of Lou Gramm of Foreigner and Phil Keaggy. Continue reading »

Revelation Generation 2010: Mae

Revelation Generation 2010: Mae

Revelation Generation 2010 marked the third show that Mae performed with the recently-reunited original five band members. Over the course of the last eight years, Mae has toured the world over, from Japan to my small hometown of 4,000 people. Starting in October, the band will embark on the “Goodbye, Goodnight” tour with Terrible Things and Windsor Drive, before going on indefinite hiatus. Continue reading »