GUP magazine.

January 28th, 2010

A portfolio of my music photography has been published in this month’s GUP Magazine #23, the Pop/Rock Issue. These photos are part of recent personal work I have shot of :  De Staat, Scary Mansion, Patrick Cleandemin, Tiny Masters of Today, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart and Violens.

Guide to Unique Photography (GUP) publishes six issues per year and is distributed worldwide. GUP #23 is in stores now, but can also be ordered on the GUP website. www.gupmagazine.com

“Our favourite backstage photographer and friend Annie Hoogendoorn (1779, Delft) doesn’t leave a dressing room before she is 100% certain that what she has shot doesn’t look like any of her other work. With a battery of telephone numbers, a plan and, of course, her camera she gets going. Annie prefers to work with a analogue camera and unobtrusively, just like a fly on the wall…”

GUP#23 Pop Rock Issue.pdf
Tim van Delft (De Staat), Antwerp Belgium. September 2009

GUP#23 Pop Rock Issue.pdf
Leah and Vanessa Hayes (Scary Mansion), Greenwich Village, New York. July 2009

GUP#23 Pop Rock Issue.pdf
Patrick Cleandenim, Lower East Side, New York. July 2009

GUP#23 Pop Rock Issue.pdf
Tiny Masters of Today, Coney Island, New York. July 2009

GUP#23 Pop Rock Issue.pdf
Peggy Wong (The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart), Southstreet Seaport, New York. July 2009

GUP#23 Pop Rock Issue.pdf
Violens, Queens, New York. July 2009