These piano foot pedals caught my eye. I understand that the sustain is the most popular of the pedals. If that is the case it is certainly evident evident here!
November 14, 2013 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: art, Artifacts, foot pedals, Footnotes, music, photography, piano, piano pedals | Leave a comment
One Man Band
I grabbed a shot of this guy in the subway in New York.
I used the Photoshop Fractalius plug in filter and then the oil paint filter to create the effect.
June 26, 2013 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: art, music, New York City, one man band, photography, street musician, Subway | 2 Comments
Numus @ the Button Factory
After the Uptown Waterloo Once Around The Block tour we had the privilege of experiencing Numus (New Music Now) in the Button Factory Studio. As quoted from their web site “NUMUS invites audiences to explore the bold sounds and ideas of a new generation of composers and performers while celebrating the innovators of the past.” For the day they called themselves The Button Factory Band. They were all excellent musicians and the compositions where playful, interesting, complicated, and artistic. It was a joy to watch and listen to them paint with sound. While taking these pictures I was more or less stuck in one spot and I feed off their creativity to come up with shots that focused on the interaction of their hands and the instruments.
April 2, 2013 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: art, button factory, Jazz, music, New Music, Numus, photography, uptown waterloo, waterloo | Leave a comment
Shuffle Demons – George Koller On Bass
The Shuffle Demons were playing at Dundas Square on Saturday of the Grey Cup weekend. These guys are great musicians and put on a great show. I was able to catch George with a close up of his face on the big screen behind him.
December 3, 2012 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Bass player, Dundas Square, entertainment, George Koller, Jazz, music, photography, Shuffle Demons, street photography, Toronto | Leave a comment