I only managed a few gigs this year at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival. The festival itself is quite an overwhelming intense torrent of creativity squeezed into a week. The jazz junkies were there in full, so were those just busting their improv music cherries. Shooting jazz at festivals like this is a tricky business. Some […]
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Online is good. Print is better. I have a few spreads in the current issue of literary and art journal :etchings published by the good folk at Ilura press. The issues features articles by Peter Sculthorpe and Harry James Angus. I share the space with legendary Meg Evans of Bennetts Lane. Check it out here.
Sax player and all round nice guy Paul Van Ross released his CD earlier this month. I took the cover shot. This got me thinking about the other jazz covers I have shot and also about how really really good the Melbourne jazz scene is. Carl Mackey’s first CD proved to be stella, Ben Winkelman’s last 2 […]