Music photography is like therapy for me. It's the fusion of two of my favourite experiences: photography and live music.
I sometimes feel like I can channel the energy of the venue: the nervous tension during sound check, the energy in the air as the crowd assembles, and the pure essence of sound and performance as the show begins.
I try to take my framing cues from the sounds I'm hearing, and in turn freeze a note or bar in the binary or chemical frame.
These are not in any particular order, but are just those moments where I feel that the sound and image are permanently encapsulated.