Photographer (Mississauga, ON, Canada)
- I like long walks on the beach, Caribbean sunsets, frozen drinks in pool bars.... Music has always been an integral part of my life. My head started banging back in the (gasp) late seventies, and hasn’t stopped yet. Once I got into photography a few friends asked me to shoot their bands at a show. Things just sort of fell into place after that. I try to capture the feeling at a concert in an image.
Day 5, the final day for some Rock N Roll R&R. The shows that we caught were: Joel Hoekstra's 13, John Corabi, Girlschool, Bullet Boys, Tom Keifer, and The Answer.
Day four on the Monsters Of Rock Cruise and we've arrived in Cozumel, Mexico... sounds like it's Tequila time! It also just happens to be Super Bowl Sunday!
The third day on The Monsters of Rock Cruise and everyone is getting familiar with the ship. Favourite bars, restaurants, and more importantly where all the concert stages are.
Day 2 of the Monsters of Rock cruise is a party day at sea. Which means you can sleep off the remnants of last night and start the day at your leisure.
Greenville, South Carolina's phenomenal soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock/blues guitarist Marcus King, and his band, made a stop in Toronto at the Horseshoe Tavern on Wednesday night.
Last Wednesday, the Californian deathcore band, Winds of Plague, blew through Toronto's The Phoenix concert theatre.
Death Angel turned The Phoenix into a thrash zone the other night. The California metallers blasted onto the stage and from there, things got wild!
The Monsters of Rock Cruise is about to embark on a Caribbean rock extravaganza! Join us on Day 1 of the band's performances including Winger, Kix, Stryper, Night Ranger and Danger Danger!
Californian metallers, DevilDriver (Napalm Records) brought their brand of "groove metal" to The Phoenix on February 15th and warmed up a frigid Toronto night!
Toronto's Mod Club Theatre was fully packed on Monday night as the crowd welcomed Nashville progressive rockers The Neal Morse Band.
Pittsburgh, PA punk rockers, Anti-Flag, kicked absolute ass at Toronto's The Phoenix this past Friday the 13th. Punk was entirely alive and well, kicking and flying all over concert venue. What an incredible show!
Friday the 13th in Toronto, what better way to spend it than partying with Reel Big Fish and the "Turn The Radio Off" 20th Anniversary Tour at The Phoenix?
What do people do on a snowy/freezing rainy night in Toronto? Why, they head down to The Rockpile to warm up with a healthy dose of hard rock, thanks to Death Valley High!
The crowd loved the way Knee High Fox frontwoman Chrissy Fox interacted with the fans and her presence, oozing with sex appeal, drove the audience into a frenzy.
There was an Orgy at The Rockpile on January 10th, and it was loud! The Californian industrial rock band showed just how well they can stir the pot, fuel the night's fire, and keep everyone moving.
Despite the snowstorm and freezing rain that followed, Toronto's Rockpile was packed with hardcore PM5K fans on January 10th. A high-energy, industrial rock/metal band, PM5K didn't disappoint.