Posts Tagged ‘Yves Klein Blue’

Yves Klein Blue @ The Social, London 22-11-09

I haven’t been in the UK a whole lot since first coming out to Australia in 2004 but have managed to go see a few Australian bands during my brief visits up to London – the somewhat unlikely pairing of The Casanovas supported by The Grates (some awful photos of them) and also The Spazzys, with […]

Big Sound 2009 – Wednesday

For a few days back in September I got to play at being a proper bona fide photographer for a few days when I was commissioned by the organisers to be part of a three-person team of photographers covering the Big Sound conference in Brisbane.  The work involved covering the panel discussions and also all […]

Splendour In The Grass 2009 – Part 1

  Having arrived at our house for the weekend in New Brighton in the dark and just as a heavy rain storm passed overhead, Saturday starts with a quick walk around the locality to try and find if any mobile signal can be found so that photos and blogs can be uploaded.  As not even […]

Splendour In The Grass 2008 – Part 4

The alarm goes off at 6am, although feeling pretty tired and in a world of pain, much like I did when I climbed Mount Warning earlier in the year, I don’t manage to get out of bed until 6:30am. It’s straight into editing and I manage to get the ones I’m sending off for consideration […]

Splendour In The Grass – Sunday Quick Round Up

Just got back to Brisbane.  Feeling a bit fuzzy due to lack of sleep.  Here are some photos from Sunday at Splendour.  A few more are on flickr.  A more comprehensive set of photos on the way with some proper blogs. The Grates The Presets Robert Forster Vampire Weekend The Vines Wolfmother Yves Klein Blue

Biffy Clyro: Mon the Biffy

Monday night gigs are strange affairs; they’re quite a rare occurrence – indeed a fair number of bars and pubs are shut every Monday in Brisbane – and yet they bring out the most devoted and passionate fans. It’s a different vibe to a more typical Thursday, Friday or Saturday night show when there are […]

Pauhaus Festival

W/e before last was Pauhaus. No quick way in so had to queue up for 35 minutes so whilst got to see second half of Violent Soho’s set missed my 3 songs to photograph them in. Considering how good the lighting rigs are on all three stages at The Powerhouse the lighting wasn’t as good […]