While there’ll be photos to share soon enough from The Hellfire Squad following the first promo shoot last week, I’m going back through the archives from May for more from Heart Shaped Vinyl, this time from the 80s (check the 60s here and 70s here). Continue Reading
The 1970s. Punk. Knives. Somewhat saucy photo-shoots in the office for the 1970s leg of Devious Theatre’s Heart Shaped Vinyl.
Kevin Mooney (as Jimmy Skids), Philip Brennan (as Bryan) and Alexandra Christle (as Deedee) were made for the 70s, and the subsequent shoot at The Maltings along with the final image produced really lent itself to the promo and staging. Continue Reading
With my theatre hat on, Devious Theatre returned to the stage at Cleere’s in May 2016 for a special tenth anniversary restaging of the company’s first original work, Heart Shaped Vinyl.
Presented in a mixtape format exploring the role and influence of music on relationships over the decades, the show is split into ‘tracks’ spanning the sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties, the early noughties and present day. Continue Reading
Every now and again, it’s good to give things a refresh.
While it’s been busy behind the lens between 2015 and 2016, it’s been relatively quiet online. The past few months I’ve had the opportunity to work with some great groups, shoot more sport, more theatre, events, but I’m only coming around now to sharing them all as we head towards July. Continue Reading