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Top 10 Photos of 2016

December 27, 2016

2016 was another great year of concerts. I was able to attend and shoot more concerts than ever before and really locked down my style as a photographer. It was hard to think back and pick my top 10, but here is what I've come up with!


10. Matt Webb of Marianas Trench

March 22, Air Canada Centre, Toronto ON


I was fortunate to shoot Marianas Trench twice on their Never Say Die Tour back in March, something I never thought would happen. I've been a fan of their music for about 8 years now, so the fact they in return loved my work enough to let me shoot them was an incredible feeling. I love this photo because of Matt's "rockstar" stance. Guitar players are either really fun or really boring to shoot - I always try to get a photo of a "moment", instead of just them standing there with their guitar like I see all the time.


9. Joel Quartuccio of Being As An Ocean

October 6, The Opera House, Toronto ON


BLACKOUT. Being As An Ocean loves their moody and dark lighting and were almost impossible to shoot. I feel like this photo really captures their sound and "feel". 




8.  Blessthefall

November 18, The Opera House, Toronto ON


I always love crowd shots and this has to be one of my favourites from this year. Beau is always climbing into the crowd and I love how this captures him doing just that.


7. Cody Carson of Set it Off

July 7, Vans Warped Tour, Syracuse NY


Every time I have shot or seen Set It Off, Cody Carson has startled me in some way. Last year he jumped right beside me so close that he brushed my camera and this year he saw me and well..did this.  I love shooting these guys because they have so much energy and I still can't believe I managed to capture this exact moment. Shoutout to auto focus for this one honestly. 


6. Garrett Russell of Silent Planet 

July 7, Vans Warped Tour, Syracuse NY


Staying with Warped Tour here - This year I decided to check out Silent Planet and I'm glad I did. I believe every artist brings something unique to the stage and it's always been my goal as a photographer to capture that. Garrett has got to be one of the most interesting and passionate frontman I've ever photographed. This photo made the list because he is still and so lost in the music. During their whole set, you could tell he meant every word he sang. I love artists who stand behind their music.


5. Andy Glassjaw and Kyle Pavone of We Came As Romans 

 October 10, The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON


It's awesome seeing musicians truly enjoy what they do. Here's Andy and Kyle sharing a moment on their North American tour with Parkway Drive

 4. Brad Garcia of Safe to Say

August 18, Park Theatre, Winnipeg MB


This year I really worked a lot on editing and tones in Lightroom and I'm really happy with how this turned out. The Park Theatre has never been an easy venue to shoot at but I've come a long way. Also, Safe to Say are such a fun band to watch live so I had to include them. 


3. John O'Callaghan of The Maine

July 7, Vans Warped Tour, Syracuse NY


If you know me you know how much I love The Maine. I saw them 4 times this year alone and that still wasn't enough. I love this photo because of the negative space. I will admit this was highly inspired by one of my favourite photographers, Ashley Osborn. She's taught me that photography is an art and inspired me to be different. I would have never thought to frame a photo this way if it weren't for her. 



2. Caleb Shomo of Beartooth

November 6, Orbit Room, Grand Rapids MI


Drove down to the states to see a crazy lineup that was the Aggressive Tour. I'm really happy with the tones and colours in this photo. As much as I hated the amount of fog they used, I love how it looks here.


1. Elliott Gruenberg of Blessthefall

November 18, The Opera House, Toronto ON


Not sure if I'm talented or just lucky with this one. When I shot this, it was so overexposed that I had no idea what the photo was even of. I decided to keep it, thinking that maybe I could salvage it and did I ever. I love the emotion in this photo and couldn't be happier with how it turned out. I've finally learned how to work with and make the most of concert lighting.






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