Please contact me using the form on this site with your requirements. Once I understand what it is you need I can then provide you with a tailored quote and options where identified.
Photographs .. after the concert or event I will review the shots taken and provide you with full resolution copies of a pre-agreed number, by way of Dropbox / WeTransfer, in a format you can open and view.
Copyright .. vests with me as the photographer until and unless otherwise agreed. Any images I use to publicise my photography, the event and the artist on social media are likely to be of a low resolution and watermarked.
Social media .. is a vital and effective channel to use when promoting your band and events / tours. Unless otherwise agreed, final images will be provided to you free of copyright and watermarking. I am happy for them to be used on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. It would be nice to get a photo credit if you like what you are sharing together with a link to this website and a quick email telling me where they are being used.
So how does this work on the day?
The agreed level of access, be it side-stage, backstage, front of stage or some other areas should ideally be agreed prior to the event.
On the day I would welcome early access to the theatre or venue from the time of soundcheck onwards to understand lighting and to identify and agree shooting positions with the artist(s) and the venue. This is particularly important if any of these are on any part of the stage so I can ensure that I work with in a way they everyone is comfortable with and in so doing, don't disrupt the flow of the event. This also gives you the opportunity to discuss any particular shots you would like included if possible as well as anything you do not want photographed.
Any other questions? I'm sure that this very rough outline prompts plenty of questions, ideas and possibilities - please feel free to chat these through with me using the contact form on this site. As an artist I'm sure you've got ideas which will make great images - I'd love to hear about them!