With the recent patches of warm weather, I took advantage of the city and capturing some shots on two beautiful weekends. Take a look below. Looking forward to getting back out there this Spring/Summer!
I recently had a chance to to accompany rising British artist James Arthur around NYC for various bits of promotion. You may have heard his single, “Say You Won’t Let Go,” but he has so much more to offer beyond that one song! A few shots below:
Young Grace Vanderwaal and girl group Little Mix took the time to bond over Grace’s puppy and music. Check out a couple of photos from the meeting.
Books for Africa partnered with We Bee Spelling for a very special #GivingTuesday 21+ Spelling Bee Fundraiser at Bowery Electric to support the Library Project. A few shots from the night below:
The talented Brit singer followed up his show downtown at Rockwood with a sold out show at Terminal 5. This time around, he was joined by his full band and an arsenal of thoughtful, yet catchy tunes. Declan is one to watch for in 2017 as he will release his debut album. Some shots:
Bud Light reached out and snagged some of the top performers in the industry to end their Convention series of events in NYC. Couldn’t have been happier to attend. Check out some SHOTS:
My favorite MC of the new generation is J. Cole – an artist I’ve seen perform more than other artist out there. What’s incredible is how he continues to outdo himself as an artist and performer. Check out some shots from his amazing Lolla set:
After an insane week, I ended it off with a bang. We linked with Declan McKenna for his last show of SXSW and ended with seeing my favorite group of all time – The Roots. Special guests a plenty in a truly memorable day. Click below for just a sampling of what I saw:
Four days in and no signs of slowing! SXSW heated up with performances from Niykee Heaton, Anderson .Paak and more. This was one of my favorite days of the past two years. A few shots below:
By far the busiest day, we ran from place to place to try and catch as much as possible. It included seeing British import Little Simz (by a lucky mistake) to our old friend Dex Kwasi. You’ll want to check out a review of pictures below: