Last Thursday I was photographed the Brisbane Fete de la Musique for the Brisbane City Council. For those unfamiliar with the Fete de la Musique concept, it is a live music event that runs all around the world on the same day. Started in 1982 (the year I was born!) by the French Government, this international event is now hosted in more then 110 countries around the world.Tags: andrew veivers, arnie tescon, boundary street, brew coffee shop, brisbane, city cat, elleni toumpas, event photographer, event photography, fete de la musique, flannelette, fortitude valley stompers, hermes balcony, instore set, kathy williams devries, knowledge walk, marching band, music, mystery crew, official photographer, photographer, photography, queen street mall, queen street mall stage, queensland art gallery, rockinghorse records, school choir, southbank, st peter chanel school choir, state library, stormchasers, sunset set, that trombone guy, the cairos, the edge, west end lizard
October 28th, 2010Event
At the beginning of the month I was asked to shoot behind the scenes again at the 2010 Queensland Brides Design Awards. Usually held as a standalone event over in the city at the Sebel + Citigate, this year it was held in conjunction with the now bi-annually Queensland Brides Wedding Expo, over at the Brisbane Convention Centre. This move I liked a lot because a) it was the first chance I got to check out the Wedding Expo, and b) the lighting was a lot better backstage at the Convention Centre then over at the Sebel + Citigate.
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