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LIVE – The Temperance Movement, Seasick Steve & Gregg Allman

Following on from my Rival Sons post, are my other personal highlights from Ramblin’ Man Fair festival.

The eccentric dance moves and enigmatic personality of Phil Campbell from The Temperance Movement, was enough for people to forget about the rain…

The Temperance Movement at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

The Temperance Movement at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

The Temperance Movement at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

The Temperance Movement at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

The Temperance Movement at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

The Temperance Movement at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

The legend that is Seasick Steve, managed to stop the rain for a brief moment on Sunday afternoon

Seasick Steve at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Seasick Steve at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Seasick Steve at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Seasick Steve at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Seasick Steve at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Seasick Steve at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Followed by an even greater legend that is Gregg Allman. Which was just spectacuar.

Gregg Allman at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Gregg Allman at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

Gregg Allman at Ramblin' Man Fair by Marie Korner

To see some of my other photos, grab the next issue of Classic Rock Magazine!

Mx

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event photography

LIVE – Machine Head in London & Birmingham UK

I had the incredible honour of photographing 3 of Machine Head‘s UK shows at the end of the ‘Killers & Kings Tour’ Euro leg . It was definitely one of the best moments of 2014 for me, both as a photographer and a fan.

As you can imagine, there were quite a lot of pictures to go through. But I’ve managed to get them down to these favourite moments to share with you….

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“Don’t ever stop being a fan. Some folks think it’s uncool to be one. They look at me like i’m an idiot when I wait for autographs, tweet to a band or look out for guitar picks after a gig. These people can go suck eggs. The longer i’m around music, the more I realize the importance of staying a fan. If you lose passion for artists you love, you’re forgetting why you got involved with music in the first place” Lou Brutus.

Hell fucking Yeah.

Mx

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Epica in London

Last month, Epica came to London to do press for their album ‘The Quantum Enigma‘ – which is due for release on May 2nd.

I was booked to shoot for their Terrorizer interview. The setting? To go to one of London’s tourist hotspots and shoot Simone and Mark in a political style. Definitely something that you wouldn’t normally see in any of their other pictures!

Parliament Square was the location of choice – as you can imagine – it was very very busy. Being there with my camera equipment could have also been quite tricky, but it ended up going very well and I was pleased with the results. It was very very cold that day (unlike the sunshine and light winds that the forecasters predicted).

This image didn’t make the feature, so I can share it with you – one of my favourites.

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Simone and Mark hadn’t seen Big Ben or the Houses of Parliament before, so they really enjoyed walking around the shoot location too.

We found a phone box and did a few fun pictures that you will also see in the Magazine.

Simone found the classic London red phone box, and we laughed as it reminded us of one of our photoshoots back in 2010, where Simone posed against a Coca-Cola vending machine.

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We were about to wrap up the shoot when a fan spotted them from a passing bus and came to say ‘hello’. Turns out this fan, had ordered one of my Dolls ‘n’ Divas Calendars! It was quite funny how random meetings happen like that.

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Want to know what Simone and Mark talked about in their Interview? Grab the current issue of Terrorizer and find out!

Mx

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published work

Published Update

If you’re in the UK, you’re most likely enjoying your 4 day weekend. For me? There’s still some work involved, but that’s how I like it.

Here’s an update of my work in the press. Very happy to have shot a Godsized poster for their latest trip to Germany. The shoot, was at times, beyond hilarious! I must share some of the out-take pics with you all. The poster is currently printed and sold at A2 size. There’s also postcard sized stickers available.

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Then there’s the pic spread for Terrorizer Magazine feature ‘Hard of Hearing’, with Killswitch Engage and Trivium just before their show in London. You can see from the pics it was also rather entertaining when the photo shoot part gets mentioned!

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Various live and random pics of Therion, Arcturus, Iced Earth, Orange Goblin, Matt Harvey (eating a dog called Widget?!) and Killswitch Engage beating up the Terrorizer Features Editor – Tom – with the help of Trivium (Adam D pulling Tom’s hair is just brilliant, as he asked him first if he could do it!)

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The Crowbar (with support from Dripback and Hang the Bastard) show was immense with pics printed in Issue 247 of Terrorizer.

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Until next time ;)

Mx