Photographer (Bensalem, PA, USA)
- Heather is a photographer based out of the Philadelphia area. Shooting for over 16 years - she most enjoys shooting portraits, travel, long exposures, and live concert photography. Her down time is spent binge watching Hulu, picking one of three Overwatch characters to play, or listening to one too many crime podcasts.
As hard as it will be to say goodbye to the Vans Warped Tour, at least we get one more summer of epic performances, flying fans, and life-altering moments. Here’s our preview of June’s 2-day event in Atlantic City.
Not yet totally stoked on Boston Calling 2019? Maybe this will help... The 3-day festival includes 50 bands on two stages, a slew of comedians, the Boston Ballet, Imogen Heap’s Mi.Mu gloves, the best food in Boston, art, a giant Ferris wheel and plenty of additional activities.
The Starting Line returned for yet another killer end-of-year holiday show and, this time, they brought State Champs and Thin Lips to Philadelphia, PA’s Franklin Music Hall on December 15th.
On Monday, October 15th, The Milk Carton Kids took the stage at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer. For a Monday night in Philadelphia, the crowd was full of dedicated fans, the anticipation amongst them evident.
Attila’s “Rage Fest” rumbled the walls of the Theatre of Living Arts on August 2nd. The killer evening also showcased Dreams of Demise, Cross Your Fingers, Spite, Rings of Saturn, Volumes and Suicide Silence.
The “Mourning in Amerika” tour, featuring Rise Against and AFI, rolled through Philly on August 4th hitting the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing.
We caught up with Coheed and Cambria (Roadrunner Records) and Taking Back Sunday (Hopeless Records) during a recent tour stop at Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia, PA.
On Sunday, May 13th, The Last Gang, Mad Caddies, The Interrupters, Bad Religion, and of course, NOFX performed at Punk In Drublic Fest in Philadelphia!
Between the Buried and Me rolled into Philadelphia, PA on March 31st for their 2018 spring tour. Their Electric Factory performance included The Dear Hunter and special guests, Leprous.