Posts Tagged ‘norwich uea’

McFly at Norwich UEA

Last week I got to photograph McFly at Norwich UEA. It was interesting to see McFly playing a small venue, as they have maninly been doing arena shows for the last few years. Norwich was the smallest venue of the tour up to that point, at just under 1500 capacity. From a photography point of […]


Relentless Energy Drink Kerrang Tour 2012

Relentless Energy Drink Kerrang Tour 2012

Although this was the third gig I’ve photographed in the last few weeks, it’s the first I’ve managed to get round to blogging. Think this was my 6th time shooting the Kerrang! tour out of the last 7, and it’s a tour that I always enjoy, Kerrang! always manages to pull some great bands. Headlining […]


Panic! At The Disco – Norwich UEA

Got to photograph Panic! At The Disco for the first time on Tuesday night. Having seen them once before (the infamous Reading 2006 perfromance) I was looking forward to seeing and photographing them. Despite awful lighting for support band Love Letters, the lights were turned on for Panic! allowing for a lower ISO and higher […]


Kerrang! Relentless Energy Tour Norwich UEA

Kerrang! Relentless Energy Tour Norwich UEA

Paul Thomas of Good Charlotte

Photos of Good Charlotte, Four Year Strong, Framing Hanley and The Wonder Years from Norwich UEA.


Jimmy Eat World at Norwich UEA

Jimmy Eat World at Norwich UEA

Jimmy Eat World
When one of your favourite bands play it’s always hard to decide whether or not to go to the gig as a fan and watch, or whether or not to photograph. I’ve loved Jimmy Eat World for over ten years seen them many times, but always chose to watch the set from the crowd rather than photograph them.


Eastpak Antidote Tour: Sum 41 + support

Eastpak Antidote Tour: Sum 41 + support

Sum 41

Another night at Norwich UEA. This time for the Eastpak Antidote Tour. This year on the tour were Veara, Riverboat Gamblers, The Black Pacific and Sum 41.


Just Can’t Get Rid Of Us Tour

Just Can't Get Rid Of Us Tour

Bowling For Soup

The Just Can’t Get Rid Of Us Tour was a show I had really been looking forward to. I always enjoy watching Bowling For Soup, and bringing one of my favourite bands of all time, A, with them made it even better. Forever The Sickest Kids and The Dollyrots completed the line up. All the bands put on an energetic and entertaining performance, and it was really good seeing A, and them playing a load of old songs which I can remember singing along to back in the late 90’s.