On Tuesday night, I was lucky enough to be in the pit at Southampton Guildhall to shoot The ‘legendary’ Levellers. In short, they were brilliant.
Here are some of my favourite shots.
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Having spent a long time creating slideshows for recent wedding couples, I thought I should probably create one for my own work, so here it is! I’ve combined a selection of shots from weddings in 2010 (and a few from 2009), taking you from the wedding preparation through the ceremony, pausing with the brides and grooms for a while, before ending with the reception and the final dance.
They may not all be the best shots I’ve taken, but they tell a brief story of each wedding day that I was proud to be a part of.
I hope you enjoy the slideshow. Please leave your comments below.
(This slideshow may take a few moments to load, and also has a soundtrack. If you’re at work and might get in trouble, get your colleagues to gather around your desk, watch it together and all get in trouble at the same time!)
Following my sneak peek at these concert photos a few weeks ago, here are more of my favourite shots from Imelda May’s Mayhem Tour at Southampton Guildhall on 18th February.
With her unmistakeable blond quiff and super sexy rock & roll style, Imelda has probably one of the strongest images in today’s music scene.
The crowd too was an eclectic mix of vintage glamour with rock’n'roll and rockabillty styling, and the atmosphere was incredible as Imelda hit the stage for her second visit here in the past few months, having supported Jeff Beck late in 2010.
I hope you like this set of images from the concert. It’s one that I won’t forget for a while!
Hot on the heels of the recent Brit Awards, Tinie Tempah came to Southampton Guildhall with his sell-out ‘Disc-overy’ tour. Supported by Katy B, and with DJ Charlesy keeping the house totally warmed up, Tinie performed with a live band on this show, and the crowd loved every second of it.
Even throwing in a few DJ vs Band battles with a heap of crowd-pleasing tributes from the UK Urban scene – the star of the show was definitely twice-Brit award winner Tinie Tempah, and he practically had the crowd eating from the palms of his hands.
He may never have been to Scunthorpe, but Tinie Tempah has certainly been to Southampton. No-one could forget!