A few years ago, with my brother and his friend Shaun, I drove to Ames and saw Phantogram. During that time, I was carrying my camera with me everywhere, so I naturally shot a few photos from the crowd. This time I was official and in the pit--and obsessed with that sparkly cape. If only I could wear something like that literally every single day. Right? Anyways, thanks to LTP for the experience and Phantogram for the great show!
Billie Eilish's first (sold-out) show in Chicago last year was in a 165-cap room. Her current tour sold out every day in an hour and last Saturday she played for a 507-cap room in the same city. This queen is on the rise.
I joined the Aces' (COIN's headling) tour again in LA a few weeks ago, for easily one of my favourite dates of the whole run. The Fonda was beautiful, dreamy Riah opened, and the night ended on a sparkling rooftop. Life seems surreal sometimes--that I'm invited into these places. Thank you to anyone who's taken a chance on me. Love, a grateful girl.
The Aces were kind enough to bring me on tour for their east coast leg with COIN. They're the first band to take me on tour and I'm so grateful to have gotten to work with them day after day. While my photos have been done for a while, I'm now finally (and chronologically) getting my images on blog posts. First up is New York City! Enjoy!
My second time shooting Borns in Chicago was again sold out. The fans in the front row had been waiting since 7am (doors opened at 6:30pm) and by the time Borns took the stage at 9:45, the room was electric. The last show was at a small club, so it was rad to see the same songs translated to a giant lit-up production (and also way easier to shoot!). Photos are all for Interscope--enjoy!