Manic Street Preachers are out on tour, playing their 1994 masterpiece, The Holy Bible, in full. I got to photograph the first of two dates in Manchester this week. Great gig, but it pretty much ticked all the boxes for frustrating live photography. A high stage flooded in smoke and […]

Great small little sold out show by Funeral For A Friend in Rugby on Saturday night. The venue was packed and fans saw the band play through some of their biggest hits ahead of a full UK tour next year. Some thoughts on the show are on the Northampton Chronicle […]

Mallory Knox headlined a sold out gig at the Roadmender in Northampton this week. Here’s a review I wrote about it for the Chronicle & Echo. As usual, not an awful lot of front facing light at the venue, but still ended up with a few nice shots.

Hacktivist kicked off their UK tour with a hometown show at the Craufurd Arms in Milton Keynes on Friday. It was a great sold out show. This is a photo of vocalist J Hurley with Ben Marvin in the background.      

After what feels like an eternity fiddling around with settings, gallery pages are now working correctly. There’s a couple to look through for time being, comprising of music and sport work. I’ll be adding to these in the coming weeks and months.

Frank Turner headlined the Roadmender in Northampton this month.  The gig marked the 10th anniversary since his first solo show. The lighting at the venue is never great but here’s one of my favourite photos from the show.  


The first of two posts from a busy weekend of photography. Pictured here is Bruce Reihana playing at Paul Diggin’s Testimonial match at Franklin’s Gardens in Northampton. There’s more photos from this game over on my Flickr page. Link in the bottom right corner.

Fairport Convention’s Cropredy Contention took place over three days this week. The festival, held on the border of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire is one of the real success stories of this region in a summer which has seen both Alt-Fest and Another World festivals cancelled. It sold out its 20,000 capacity […]