By Kevin Alan Lamb Summer may have been hesitant to show its true colors this year, but with each action, an equal and opposite reaction. October is upon our doorstep but the sun is shining bright and warm weather continues to accompany us into fall. It is Harvest weekend and that can mean only one… Continue reading Your Guide to Handmade Music 19
By Elle Lively 1. Work out your schedule. Take a look at the line up before you arrive and prioritize what is important to you and the festival. Don’t forget to set aside time for shooting activities and interactions outside of the stages! 2. Overpack. Bring the kitchen sink, if you can fit it in… Continue reading 8 Tips for Shooting Music Festivals
By Kevin Alan Lamb Handmade music, made with love, built upon a foundation of possibility and the best intentions. Music is medicine and our world needs healing; our people need healing. Our community is hungry for an active reminder that we are not alone and despite the challenges before us, we will retrace our steps… Continue reading Handmade Music Festival Preview
By Kevin Alan Lamb We arrived to my first Wheatland greeted by the most beautiful sunset I’ve been privy to this year. The rolling, grassy hills were yet to be occupied by the vehicles transporting festival attendees from far and wide. My friend Matt’s pass wasn’t left for him at will call, which allotted us… Continue reading Happy Wheatland!
By Kevin Alan Lamb I’ve never attended a festival without my Good Sign. I recall the days when I’d attend a concert without it on occasion, and feel unfulfilled. In a festival Universe where no two totems are the same, it is quite the anomaly how many people carry Good Signs these days; an anomaly… Continue reading Positive Totems