Photo Book – Thievery Corporation: Live at the 9:30 Club (2012)

Just prior to this year’s 3-night sold-out run at the 9:30 Club (pictures coming soon!), Thievery Corporation and John Shore Photography released this book of 80 photographs based on last-year’s 3-night sold-out run.

TC 930 book cover final-s1Preview the book and order it on Blurb.com.

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Band Portrait: Stomp Status

Stomp Status is a local band with a cool back-story – they live together in a house where they all teach, compose, practice, and party.   For potential use as album art on their new CD – eponymously named “5440” (their street address) – the goal of this shoot was to provide diverse portraits of the band at home.

Stomp Status shoot for upcoming CD (5440 sign)

Stomp Status shoot for upcoming CD (drivway)

Stomp Status shoot for upcoming CD (couch)

Stomp Status shoot for upcoming CD (basement practice)

Stomp Status shoot for upcoming CD (POND)

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Guanajuato (Mexico)

Somewhat analogous to our Lexington and Concord, Guanajuato was the the site of the first battle of the Mexican War of Independence.   Served by a unique subterranean road network,  Guanajuarto today is a vibrant commercial, academic, and artistic city.  It’s the home of one of the most important artistic and cultural events in Mexico and Latin America – the annual Festival Internacional Cervantino, which began 60  years ago with street performances of short plays by Cervantes.

The Mercardo Hildago – a large, enclosed, central market with all the essentials:

Not Halloween

Prepping for The Day of the Dead – at first glance like Halloween, but way more focused and rooted in reality; skulls and bones everywhere, celebrating a compulsory postmortem society that’s hardly a secret.

(Photos are from Guanajuarta and Dolores Hildalgo, Mexico.)