Leisure Cruise, Dry Ice and the Fuji X100

Fuji X100, f/2, 1/420

I've been covering the band Leisure Cruise since their inception, shooting in the studio, at various concert venues, and a little while ago, photographing a conceptual session in collaboration with The Windmill Factory. With art direction by founding Creative Director, Jon Morris, we played with some dry ice, a "Glam" light and the Fuji X100. In short, we had a blast.

This photo is currently featured over at Philthymag. Be sure to check out the band's website for their upcoming tour dates, and if you haven't seen their latest music video (also directed by Jon Morris of The Windmill Factory), you should do so right away:

Nine Inch Nails at Jones Beach

Nine Inch Nails at Jones Beach August 1, 2014

Nine Inch Nails rocked Jones Beach on August 1st. Touring this summer with Soundgarden, NIN put on a spectacular, high-energy performance, supported by stunning visuals onstage. I took a handful of photos of the show, which are featured on the Nine Inch Nails blog today.

It's hard for me to believe that I first saw Nine Inch Nails in concert twenty years ago, and I was thoroughly impressed by the performance - this concert was one of the best and most seamless shows I've ever seen.

I was at this show purely as a fan, attending with my friend, Jon Morris of The Windmill Factory, who worked on directing and choreographing the moving visuals for the tour. I did, however, decide to bring my Canon Eos-M with my 22mm pancake lens (which is essentially my point-and-shoot setup these days), and I took a few photos - the concert just looked too good not too.

To see the rest of my photos from the concert, click here.