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like any other eighteen year old, enjoys all sides of music (thoroughly), photography, and drinking.


underexposed is an exhibition by brisbane music photographers that runs for three weeks featuring live music and workshops.
underexposed gives you an insight into an art form so often lost in the moment.
it's basically an exhibition featuring some of the best – established and emerging - music photographers in brisbane. bringing together those select shooters who have captured the visual side of brisbane’s aural history – be it with emerging local bands, or international ones - underexposed aims to showcase that fleeting moment in time where a subject, ordinarily so intense and public, is caught in a period of stillness and reflection: the essence of the show, the artist, encapsulated in that one shot.

live bands include the cairos, drawn from bees, screamfeeder, villains of wilhelm, black market rhythm co, the quills, etc.
photography will be exhibited by some of my friends stuart blythe, elleni toumpas, charlyn cameron, aaron sammut and justine edwars. the exhibit is at levi galleries in woolloongabba.
the picture below basically sums the whole gallery up, if not the links should do it.