Tag: live music

For the Major Photographic Project, Third Year Music Photographer Jonny Nolan, produces a photo book which documents the band “Don’t Let Me Go, You Feel Like Home.”

The project is named “Don’t Let Me Go, You Feel Like Home”. Which is about the 4-piece Bristol based grunge rock band Fawner. They have been together for three years and have recently undergone a creative change in…

Third Year music photographer Adam Chandler, talks about his success at reaching the final of the Heavy Music Awards 2019 Young Photographer of the Year Competition.

Music Photographer Adam Chandler’s work spans, music portraiture, live music photography, band promotional work and explores subcultures that exist within different music genres. Here, Adam talks about his most recent success in the Heavy Music Awards 2019 Young…

Third Year Jonny Nolan writes about his commissioned and personal work for ‘SHOUT ABOUT IT.’

‘SHOUT ABOUT IT,’ is a music photographers collective based in Liverpool. ‘SHOUT ABOUT IT,’ asked me to write an introduction to my work and how I ended shooting music photography. The photographs I chose to accompany this piece…

Personal work from Ollie Bentley

Personal work from first year Ollie Bentley. “In July I attended the Truck Festival in Oxford with the aim of expanding my live music photography portfolio. While I was there I networked with other photographers and magazine editors,…

Student work by Callum Dickinson

This in from second year Callum Dickinson. “I arrived back in the UK on the 30th June after spending 21 days touring with the band ‘Crossfaith’ over Europe, visiting countries such as Austria, Germany, Denmark, Czech Republic and…

Student Work: Adam Chandler

New module work from first year Adam Chandler. “During the Personal Portfolio module, I decided to focus on music photography, particularly the heavy music scene. During the development of this module I switched from using a zoom lens…

Module Work: Callum Dickinson

Just in from second year Callum Dickinson. “These are three images from my zine titled Loose Change,¬†which documents the Cheltenham music scene. The name Loose Change comes from a Royal Blood song, which I was listening to a…