Music & Concerts

A short narrative & portfolio of my concert dwelling photography:

Colony House-2018

Switchfoot-2017

Johnnyswim-2017

Since I was young my parents taught me to enjoy music. We would listen to Michael Jackson’s greatest hits while dancing our way through chores or blasting classic rock in our dad’s old red pickup truck.

Horizon Music-2017

Switchfoot-2017

Switchfoot-2017

Music has always brought us together through the generations. I think everyone remembers their first concert. I remember when I fell in love with going to concerts. In high school I spent every cent of my allowance on going to concerts my senior year. Late night shows at the Crystal Ballroom watching Relient K in my converse kicks made me feel the most alive.

Horizon Music-2017

The Talbott Brothers-2017

Switchfoot-2018

I got into photography towards the end of my college career. My passion for photography became fueled by music and the world around me. Let me just tell you how I would have died at the chance to photograph the performances I saw throughout the years.

Hillsong United-2014

​Hillsong United-2014

Relient K-2018

Discovering my passion for photography, as well as music has brought light to the darkest of places in my soul and life. As I develop as an artist of photographing people, it is my desire to capture moments that take you back to those memories you once had, to feel the same rush you felt when you were there.

Horizon Worship-2017

Switchfoot-2018

Switchfoot-2018

Relient K-2018

In college I pursued my love for music and the band Eisely. My friend had expressed interest going to a concert with Eisley as the opening act for Mutemath, a band I had not yet heard of. Intrigued, I delighted in the chance to hear their music. I was taken back at the harmonies of Eisley only to find my new love for the southern based band.

Johnnyswim-2017

From Paul Meany’s handstands on the keyboard to Darren King’s wild drum solos, I was taken back. I wanted to capture it all. I was only able to capture their magnificent performance from my not so smart flip phone in 2007. (Insert crying face emoji at the quality of cell phones only 10 years ago)

Johnnyswim-2017

Mutemath-Flip Phone-2007

The best moment in my concert history was the grand finale when the crowd began to spray silly string during the song Typical. My heart and body began to soar during this moment of paradise. Flip phones from 2007 could not begin to capture the moment I felt on a 1 mega pixel camera.

Hillsong-2014

I love and hope to capture each moment to record a moment in time so that concert goers can be taken back to that first concert, the silly string moment in time that they were taken to another place and into the world in which the artist becomes connected with the listener, taken on a journey together in harmony.

Horizon Music-2017

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