Category Archives: music

Charlotte Martin at World Cafe Live, 4/22/17 | Philadelphia Concert Photography

Charlotte Martin at World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, 4/22/17

Charlotte Martin played World Cafe Live in Philadelphia on Saturday night. It was one of the best CharMar shows I’ve ever been to—but Philly seems to be a special city for her. It was also in Philly, in about 2007, when I met her for the second time (the first time was the night before […]

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Charlotte Martin at Highline Ballroom, 4/21/17 | New York City Concert Photography


Charlotte Martin is one of my top 3 favorite musicians of all time. I discovered her on my 21st birthday (along with Regina Spektor—it was a good year for music), and I’ve been following her work ever since. This woman’s music got me though a lot of shit—the aftermath of a suicide attempt, as an […]

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Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins at Union Transfer, 2/2/16 | Philadelphia Concert Photography


It’s no secret that I really fucking love Jenny Lewis. Rilo Kiley has been one of my favorite bands since I was in high school. Jenny’s solo stuff is great. The Watson Twins are nice ladies with beautiful voices who are also nice friends (also very tall, and good accessorizers). So: when I got an email […]

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One Shot | Lorde

Lorde at Roseland Ballroom, NYC

I was just putzing around and looking through my files when I realized I never posted one of my favorite shots from 2014! Last March, Fel and I went to see Lorde play one of the last shows the Roseland Ballroom would ever see. We had a crappy spot off to the side of the stage, […]

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Veruca Salt at Bowery Ballroom, 7/24/14 | New York City Concert Photography

Veruca Salt at the Bowery Ballroom, NYC, 7/24/14

When I heard that Veruca Salt was reuniting, my inner teenager lost her goddamn mind. And when tickets for two NYC shows went on sale, I snatched up one set immediately. I had to work harder for the other set, because both shows sold out within minutes. Life has been moving quickly lately—so much so […]

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