Some of my music work is now up in Met Quarter with more work to go up in Carling Academy and 3345. This image, of Pop Levi, is the front cover of the book to be published in September by University Press. The book is currently being put together by Uniform.
I've started to put up my new exhibition which, by next Saturday, will be in 6 venues. Whilst the photographs in metropolitan Bar (Berry Street) have been up for a year, the two new additions are Probe Records on Slater Street and Ran on Bold Street. Probe are showing photographs of Liverpool band The Stairs from 1991 and Ran are showing images from cream, Creamfields and Cream in Ibiza. More sites to follow.
Streets Ahead is a 3 day free festival of street arts and theatre with the highlights of the events being two evening performances around St.George's Plateau and William Brown Street. Here's the Avanti Display by the UK group Hydromania who turn themselves into human fountains!
Yesterday I covered The
Queen's visit to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic which was even more surreal than photographing Paul McCartney who I worked for a couple of weeks ago when he was working with The Phil at the Anglican Cathedral.
Last night was the JMU fashion degree show and without doubt the best I've seen from there in years. The show was hosted by Grey Space on Water Street, a space for hire for a variety of purposes including launches and parties as well as filming and photography.
This is from last Sunday's gig at Carling Academy. If anybody has tried to view my website over the weekend then there may be a problem as I'm moving servers. If you can't get through on the usual www.mcnulty.co.uk then try this instead. All should be back to normal soon!
It's been a busy week and I've just realised I haven't updated my blog for days and I also haven't been posting my images up to 366 2008 either! So I'm back on it as I've got a fair few things to put up and more in the pipeline. Here's another one from last Saturday's Bandstand event at Carling.
Playing rock'n'roll, country and rockabilly the family band Kitty Daisy & Lewis kicked off The Bandstand event at Carling on Saturday perfectly. Also on the bill were The Troubadours, Mark Ronson and the amazing Cuban Brothers who were very very funny.
Over the last few weeks I've been working on a new website and building all of the content for it. The new site, as well as looking very different, also has my archive, stock images and personal projects alongside my commercial and editorial portfolios and collections of published work. This photograph was taken at The Tate's 20th birthday party last weekend and features Tate director Christoph Grunenberg with the artist Susan Hiller. Click here for the new site!