As some of you might have already noticed, I uploaded a batch of photographs from the All Good Music Festival this morning. The subjects include John Scofield, Yonder Mountain String Band, and members of Furthur including Phil Lesh and Bob Weir. Enjoy the extra photos while you can because, like before, I will most likely thin out the portfolio in the near future. In addition, I will be adding some shots from other concerts I have attended. Finally, for obvious reasons, all concert shots will be watermarked; if you would like to use any of these photographs in your publication or on your website, I ask that you please contact me first. I will happily provide an unwatermarked version, so long as I still receive credit for the work. Thank you and enjoy the photos!
For those of you who don't know, I spent the past four days as a member of the camera crew at the 2013 All Good Music Festival and Campout. (For those of you who met me there, my photographs will be posted to this website in the coming days.) In short, shooting and filming the festival was an absolutely incredible experience. I'm slowly getting the sense that it was both the conclusion of one incredible part of my life, as well as the beginning of what should be another spectacular stretch. Along with some persistent effort, I could do great things as a result of the photographs I took and the people I met. There are moments from the last few days that I will never forget, and more importantly, I will never be able to thank my friend (Sam Shouvlin) enough for providing me with such an opportunity. It truly was one of the greatest weekends of my life. Anyways, I'll stop waxing poetic for now, but keep posted for a new "All Good" photo album in the "portfolios" section in the coming days.