I'm quite proud of this artwork imagery for Tom Walker live at Metropolis. I listen to my vinyl copy of this record a fair bit, 'Wait For You' especially is a beautiful track. and it really worked well with that delicate detail and immediacy of live vinyl recording. Lovely group of musicians all around, there was such a nice energy in the studio. Apparently the vinyl went to number one in the UK vinyl chart after release...
It's an honour for my imagery to be used as vinyl artwork by Frank Carter for his recent release - Live to Vinyl at Metropolis.
There's something very special about seeing one's work on a vinyl sleeve, adding to the repository of this very special form of creative output. The format is so expansive and unashamedly un-compact, unlike almost all other imagery and information nowadays. It's even better when it's for an artist you genuinely admire.
Click below for the rest of the photos I took on the day
Laurel is an accomplished wordsmith with a heavenly voice, Anteros a brutally exciting pop rock band ("bitter dream pop" in their own words), both are set for great things. The gig was a massive hit- such a contrast of styles working so well is testament to the curatorial nouse of the teams at Clash Magazine and Metropolis. Click the image below to link to an exclusive gallery of my photographs over at Clash now
Full gallery at Clash Magazine here
Billboard features one of my Foo Fighters shots in an article about the world's top recording studios. Metropolis Studios of course makes the list, and my photograph of Dave Grohl and the boys when they dropped in before Glastonbury shows them smelling of roses in Studio A lounge.
Available in print or online. Read the full article here
Here's some more of my album artwork which - this time for insane electro-rock annihilist Boblog III. I especially like how the gatefold came out:
Manchester's IAMDDB is one of the hottest artists on the British R&B and Soul scene. Her live sets are beautiful and irreverent, and her adoring crowd love it. Here's a gallery of shots I took of her performing in London recently over at Clash Magazine.