Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Grayces

Not to long ago I meet The Grayces at the Light One Up for Kenya show. Not only do they play great music, they are great people. They just recently had a record release show at The End. When I say record, I mean vinyl. I know you might be thinking that no one listens to records anymore, but they are actually growing in popularity. Personally, I own a record player and prefer it to any other music medium. There is something about the rawness of the record that really draws me in. Anyways, The Grayces played a show for the release of their record and I took some photos.

Check them out on Facebook...The Grayces

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Light One Up For Kenya

Light One Up is a concert series created by a good friend of mine, Josh Jackson. This is the way Josh describes it, "Light One Up For Kenya: The Indie-Rock High Socity Ball is a unique event combining Nashville's most original music acts, fine cigars, fancy shmancy dress and all other sorts of tomfoolery all to raise awareness and funds to aid the drought crisis in Kenya."

I am working on a serires of photosgraphs for the web site of all the artists involved. Here are the first couple. Her name is Natalie Prass.

Check out the Light One Up facebook page.

Thursday, March 11, 2010


I have spent the last week laying down. No, not because I am really lazy, I twisted my ankle this last weekend. It has been a very interesting week. Not being able to move around really slows you down and allows you to think about things you don't normally think about. But, it is also making me want to be outside enjoying the beautiful weather. So this afternoon was my attempt at doing something didn't last as long as I wanted. I did manage to get out of the house and take a couple shots of myself. I have been thinking about lighting setups for Jr. High Rock Star, that is my motivation to do a little light testing.

I'm looking forward to the new season of life and photography.