Saturday night was the perfect ending to Hopscotch 2014 at CAM Raleigh

Raleigh local Blursome opened with a set of experimental noise and beats accompanied by creepy black and white film footage. 

The Range DJ’d next with an energetic and beautifully built set. 

How To Dress Well combined R&B lead vocals, electronic elements, live instrumentation, dense vocal harmonies and striking visual projections into a gorgeous performance. 

Jamie xx closed out the night with a rousing DJ set with his signature sound that kept people dancing up until the final notes. 

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I had the pleasure of photographing for CAM Raleigh this year at Hopscotch 2014

Night one was filled with equally diverse and intense acts. 

Deep Sleeper opened with their massive electronic/rock hybrid sound and equally massive visual spectacle. 

Ed Schrader’s Music Beat played bombastic & spastic rock peppered with 50s style crooning. 

Yvette was a 2 piece that sounded like a 6 piece.  Intense drums and a guitarist who made his instrument sound like anything but. 

Thurston Moore headlined as “Improviser in Residence” with an inspired performance with drummer Steve Shelley. 

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First look at Justin LeBlanc's Spring/Sumer 2015 collection!  This collection, entitled “Inaudible”, is wondrously ethereal and textural while still maintaining a sophisticated, minimalistic vibe.  It was debuted at CAM Raleigh.  Leblanc’s inspiration was water as an equalizer — whether you’re deaf or hearing, you sound the same under water.  

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I had the pleasure of photographing the VaudeVillain Revue at Motorco!  What made it even more special was that it was the last performance of my muse, Porcelain, before she moved away to the left coast. 

There was so much talent at this performance, and the theme of “Enchantment Under the Sea" made it EXTRA fancy!

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