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Category: Fine Art

Killing Joke Live at O2 Academy Brixton

O2 Brixton Academy last Friday night was rammed. Fans crossing all ages and fashions to see this legendary band. To give you a back history for those who don’t know, Killing Joke are an English rock band formed back in October 1978. They released their first album in 1980. This iconic collective have influenced some major artists such…
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Ferris & Sylvester

One afternoon during a rainy day in the Summer, I arrived at Youth’s (Martin Glover) London studio. He was in a recording session so couldn’t hear the bell. I stood there a while and then all of a sudden the front door opened and these two lovely faces greeted me, a little amused as I was…
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The Puretone Orchestra: Brixton Electric

This sold out gig organised by Steve Kundalini with Aiowave took place last night at the Brixton Electric, Friday 14th October 2016. A stage with visually and scientifically detailed technology with lighting and musically synced psychedelic movements that linked every track to the chakras through colour and movement in this 3D effect. DJ sets by the…
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Thailand with Danny Paradise

When we meet those special individuals in life who become the angel sparks in your everyday’s, you simply cannot imagine how life existed without them. Danny Paradise is one of those people. The first time we met was at a gig at The Paradise (no pun intended!) in Kensal Rise organised by my friend Wade Bayliss.…
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Gaudi & Puretone Resonate Festival

GAUDI – Puretone Resonate Festival 16-18th September 2016. Space Mountain Studios, Granada, Spain. I had the pleasure of talking to this insanely talented musical genius on his involvement with Puretone Resonate Festival. He is one of the main headliners set to play. With a fascinating history to his career so far and constantly creating some incredible…
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Long String Drone by Youth

Long String Drones by Youth, Puretone Resonate Festival,

Rubbish Heap

I was nominated by a friend to post images of “People” over a series of days… Today I have chosen to share with you an image I have not shared before. I took this on my trip to Cambodia in May earlier this year. These two little boys were playing on that rubbish heap that…
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ZIK’R by Karen Ruimy & Youth

When music and dance blow the dimensions apart and you find there is no use for words because the passion and the expression, the emotion and the rhythm simply takes over and takes you into a zone where nothing can touch you, nothing can break you, nothing can distract you. ZIK’R, a show that moves the…
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Angkor Wat

Where tree roots grow like liquid rock. Everything around you is very much alive, yet speaks of what was past, what was lost. Set in such peaceful surroundings, yet the walls are screaming so loud. I’m going to let the images speak for themselves, as you will see, they do… All images are copyrighted to…
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Monet

Only a couple of months ago I was in Miami doing a photoshoot. Those of you who have been there will be familiar with Ocean Drive. The famous strip by South Beach where everyone and anyone will go to be seen. It’s rammed with pimped out cars, bling cha ching, giant cocktails and neon everything.…
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