Desert Daze 2018

A departure from its typical home in Joshua Tree, I made the trek out to Lake Perris in Moreno Valley for (the now inappropriately named) Desert Daze. The irony amplified when the first night was cut short - after Tame Impala was a mere three songs into their set - due to a severe lightning storm. But as the fest’s new saying goes, no lightning no glory; day two and three electrified what remained of the patrons with sets from Slowdive, Kikagaku Moyo, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, Death Grips, My Bloody Valentine (that had a really lame no photo policy), and loads more.

Shot for FLOOD Magazine. Click an icon to scroll through ‘em big. Photos are in reverse chronological order by day (except these 3D gifs).


Courtney Barnett Concert at The Pico Union Project

Sometimes things work out so, so perfectly. This sold out Courtney Barnett concert at the incredibly unique Pico Union Project in Los Angles has been on my radar for months, so I was super stoked when a random cold email with totally different intents turned into an opportunity to shoot it. Even more stoked to be doing so as the followup to the current cover story for FLOOD Magazine.

Check out my coverage of the show for FLOOD here. Click the images below to scroll through 'em big and on black.