One of the most important bands in my life played a free show in Brooklyn. In NYC this is quite a typical occurrence, but not when it’s a legendary band such as Blur
I returned back to the UK to accompany Editors on tour in support of their latest album; In Dream. These photos were taken throughout Belfast, Dublin, Bristol, and London.
This night was to celebrate the release of We The Generation, and it was a firm reminder as to why I love these people dearly. Working with Rudimental never feels like work, they’re family.
Christine And The Queens taking NYC by storm (with Marina And The Diamonds). She’s someone I fiercely believe in, and working with her is a true privilege.
When I first started shooting bands the only aim was to capture musicians experiencing life on stage and off. I was reminded of this while I spent a couple of days with Palace, on their first trip to NYC. A true privilege.
This one is for you fans of The 1975. These photos are of the last three times I was with the band at Terminal 5. I first met them in the summer of 2013 and the ride has been mental.
2017 started with a visit from my sister from Nashville.
The incomparable Queen of Melancholia: Liza Anne.
Documenting the first US trip of Sundara Karma, Izzy Bizu, & Spring King for the BBC. A true privilege.
1977 comes to life in Brooklyn
Much love to those Scientists Bros, always.
La Familia. Always a fantastic time when I’m with these people. Third album, Belong, is out April 7th.
All hail the Electric Lady.
A friend of mine from New Orleans made his way to NYC for some shows. Photos & hilarity ensued.
My heroes and yours, in the world’s most famous arena.
Metric are one of the bands that defined my college years, and getting the chance to work with them is something I never dreamed of happening. NYC will always be their second home.
Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. Hands down one of the best shoots of my life.
A day in the life of those scientists bros.
What Went Down.
The Beauty Behind the Madness Tour comes to Brooklyn
The era of Chaleur Humaine comes to a close in NYC.
“Downtown we let it go, sunset high and our bodies low…”
Two of my favourite bands in one place, truly what could be better than that? Go check out Get To Heaven and Hitch.
A day in the life of some brilliant Irish folk.
One of the most memorable shows I worked in 2015. The Maccabees returned to NYC to showcase their new album, Marks To Prove It.
The era of What Went Down comes to an end.
We The Generation comes to NYC. Fuck yes.
The experience of seeing these people grow has truly been unprecedented. love these people, and it’s incredible to think this is still only the beginning. We The Generation.
Spent the day with one of my favourite bands, Delta Spirit. This show was particularly special because they had numerous friends of theirs guest on tracks throughout the night.
It was purely curiosity that drove me to the lower east side that night, and the performance I witnessed and captured…I really don’t have the words for it. See for yourself
I’ve been a fan of Jessie Ware’s work for a while, but her second album Tough Love, is what solidified my admiration for her work. A true privilege to watch and photograph live.
This is Rudimental Culture at it’s finest.
That time your friends played a one-off show at that random warehouse in BedStuy.
‘New York City is a fast express, but it carries no passengers….’
One of those live bands that will change your fucking life. Long live We Were Promised Fucking Jetpacks.
Viva la Hinds!
The definition of incomparable. Annie Fucking Clark.
Not even gonna try to contain it: These are two of the best bands on the fucking planet. Gore Tour 2016.
One of my most rewarding experiences of 2015, getting to know Conor O’Brien (aka Villagers) and one of my music heroes: Laura Marling.
Racine Carrée comes to NYC (also with Janelle Monae and Jidenna)
Welcome back to The Cribs! This was the band’s first NYC show to celebrate their return and new album; For all My Sisters.
They’re one of the first bands I got into when I was going from high school to college, and to this day they’re still one of the best live bands you can ever hope to see.
They’re a band I spent my high school years listening to, and now they’re a band I consider to be mates with, which still blows my fucking mind. Education, Education, Education, War!
James Bay playing his biggest NYC show to date at Hammerstein Ballroom (aka ’t’hat dude in the hat’ according to my mates)
A Governors Ball After Hours show with Clean Bandit and Roman Gianarthur. Super fucking fun experience, this.
My hero of 2015: Courtney Barnett.
San Fermin previewing album #2 (Jackrabbit) in a really big room!
Another example of my friends doing amazing things. So proud of these people.
When the UK comes to NYC, and Mayhem ensues.
New Years Eve with the fam: Rudimental. What could be better than that?
Contender for best gig of 2015 (as well as sweatiest). Welcome back Glass Animals.
Great people.Great Music.Great Fucking Night. That time when we danced the night away with Kindness.
Ash are not one of my favourite bands, they are my #1 favourite band. My love for music comes from them, and I love them dearly. These photos were taken while they rehearsed/showcased new songs off their album Kablammo!’ which is out now!
‘Triangles are my favourite shape…’
When The Grand Romantic, Nate Ruess, returned to NYC.
This is a show I quite literally never thought I’d ever experience. Manic Street Preachers performing The Holy Bible in full…holy shit.
I didn’t know much about Milky Chance prior to this show, but they swiftly won me over with their electric live show. They turned Webster Hall into a massively sweaty dance party, and it was a beautiful sight to witness.
Kat Edmonson is truly an incredible performer. Check her out.
When Mumford & Sons brought Wilder Life to life in Brooklyn (with The Maccabees)