Monday, 22 December 2014

A few images from 2014


Just a few images from our year 

www.lewisandschofield.co.uk 

Well that's it for this year and Dave & I would like to say Thank you to all our clients for making it so memorable. We have met some really lovely people and visited some amazing places on this years travels not to mention roughing it fields and memorable pub lunches.

Also a big thank you to our friend and fellow photographer Jake Moore  http://www.jakemoorephotography.co.uk/ for his kind support this year.

we look forward to having a blast in 2015.

Meanwhile here's a few images from this year

all the best

Seb & Dave X

 

Thursday, 27 November 2014

Kasabian BIC 2014


Kasabian at the BIC


It was really great to head down to Bournemouth BIC to shoot Kasabian for safeconcerts.com

the other night. A totally sold out audience almost making it a festival atmosphere.

It was also really good to see some of the local photographers there (10) I believe in all which is a fair few for a local show.

The show was excellent complete with a massive screen counting down the seconds until the band appears on stage. Bright lights and lasers looked awesome but tricky to photograph .

I'm pretty sure everyone there came away with big smiles, I know the photographers were happy.

A great act to photograph


Also images of the Maccabees  who supported can be found here http://www.safeconcerts.com/photos/the-maccabees/2014/bournemouth-international-centre-bic.asp

Meanwhile here's a few shots

Seb

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Sunday, 23 November 2014

Imelda May Bournemouth Pavilion Nov 14


Imelda May




The one and only time I have seen Imelda May live was on my birthday a couple of years ago at the 02 and she was utterly brilliant so I was really looking forward to photographing her show at Bournemouth’s Pavilion theatre.

Originating from Dublin and having been on the rockabilly circuit since 2003 the multi-talented musician has had a string of hits such as Johnny got a Boom Boom, Psycho and from the new album Tribal, Wild woman.

Imelda May took to the stage shortly after to a sold out audience looking stunning and kicking in with the title track of her new album, note perfect and oozing with confidence she followed it up with Wild Woman, the second single off the new album. Then going on to play a set of 24 songs featuring a good mix of old and new material.

By the end of the night a seated audience was brought to their feet. Imelda May ruled the venue with tonight’s performance and proves that she is the current queen of rockabilly.
For me tonight’s highlight was hearing the new songs and getting to see Zombie Girl performed live. A fantastic night in a great venue.


so here are a few images from the night

Seb

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Friday, 21 November 2014

The Caezars Bournemouth Pavilion


The Caezars

It's not very often a band totally blows me away but I had the pleasure of photographing the Caezars for the paper, at Bournemouth's fabulous Pavilion.

I had seen them on you-tube but never live and I'm really stoked I did. Pure rockabilly with influences and energy from the 70's these guys put on an exceptional live show.

With real dark lyrics and haunting guitaring I hope these guys don't get overlooked.

In fact I ended up buying the album (Mainstream) and bagging a t shirt which I'm proudly sporting right now.

If you can catch them on their headline tour in Feb 2015

more info at www.thecaezars.com


So here's a few images from my new favourite band

Seb

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