Beginning over the course of the weekend and finishing up tonight, I decided to do something I’d planned to do a long time ago to the site: add a list of links with concert photo galleries for every show I’d ever photographed, categorized by artist. Why? Because I love you and it satisfies that occasional need to be very organized about particular things. You may find my art desk or my work area messy, but my files and galleries aren’t. That’s because I want you to be able to easily look up your favorite band or artist I’ve photographed with an alphabetical list.
To avoid any confusion, you can just click up at the top of the navigation bar where it simply says “concert photo galleries” (or just click here) instead of having to scroll and scroll and scroll to your favorite artist. I’m currently working on redesigning the site so the navigation bar doesn’t look so sloppy and your eyes won’t hurt when you visit. With each gallery you visit, you’ll be taken to the flickr gallery in a new window. Since wordpress is being a cantankerous punk ass (for lack of a better description), I’ve decided to store all of my gallery sets there. Not only did I organize all the shows I’ve shot, I also dove into the buzznet archives to retrieve all the old concerts from my club shooting days and shows from 2009 that originally had gotten lost when an old external hard drive of mine malfunctioned and died. That is how much I love you and wanted to do this.
I’d also come to realize I’d photographed 90 different artists over the course of the last 3 years and 5 months I’ve been a concert photographer. Now I’m sure there are plenty more out there who’ve shot double or triple that amount in that period of time, but honestly, it doesn’t feel like it’s been 90. Time flies when you’re having fun even with the thousands of shutter clicks it took to achieve that. I’m sure it’ll reach past 100 by the end of the year and you can be sure I’ll blog about it when that happens! With that being said, enjoy!