If it is one thing I have learned is to never finish shooting (as long as you are not being a nuisance of course). So many times I have shot concerts and thought to myself "this is the shot, I am happy" and then miss out on so many different moments, angles, falling light, costume changes, collapses, disasters, miracles, and so forth. It has made me a little neurotic in which I shouldn't ever leave anywhere without my camera, but of course deciding what in fact is worth remembering and what is critical to my eye is another essay that I am working through. In the simplest sense of shooting concerts, I try my best to capture everything and share the most integral images. With Thee Oh Sees, that is a challenge in its self. I have never seen a more animated, and generally interesting looking front man in my days of seeing concerts. I must have drawn 50 very usable images after seeing them 4 days in a row in Austin, Texas. This one in particular excites me because the beer can flying out of focus towards John Dwyer, whose face is in anguish from his exertion, silently shows the rowdiness of the crowd without the actual crowd. Happy to say this print is in a very good home now.