Live Music Photography

Stuart Homer is an experienced and sought after live music photographer.

Stuart Homer, music photographer captures the essence of the live performance.
With live music, the emphasis has to be on ‘Live’ and that is mirrored in my coverage.

My style of live music photography is up-close and personal, often working on-stage and back-stage during the set to capture the atmosphere and excitement, the colour, the movement and the noise of the live performance. The very highest standard of professional cameras and lenses make the most of the available light. Just like live music, equipment is only the starting point. I don’t just photograph a couple of songs, instead I observe:- the body language, the intimacy, the band dynamic, the passion and try to capture those fleeting moments of magic.

Full professional camera bodies and fast professional lenses all the highest quality images to be captured in the lowest of light. Working conditions don’t get too much more challenging (fun!) than the world famous Cavern Club in Liverpool. Just like the finest guitar, it’s got to be used in the right hands.

The ROCKiTS playing a charity Help for Heroes Gig at The Alston Arms, Longridge.

After working with several live bands, my live music photography style has been recognised and has now been published across various websites, blogs, printed material and exhibitions. I’m not one to blow my own trumpet, but my work has been claimed by some as the best live music photography they’ve seen.

Recent clients, artists and bands include The Cavern Club in Liverpool, coverage of International Beatles Week, Earl Slick, Clem Burke, Nathan West & Chyler Leigh, Gerry Marsden (Gerry and The Pacemakers), The Searchers, The Houghton Weavers, The ROCKiTS, The Overtures, Mark Hudson and more.

Contact me today to discuss how I can help raise your band or artist profile.

If you’d like to know more, to see samples or have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. Alternatively, if you’d like an unbiased opinion, I’d suggest speaking to any of The ROCKiTS, or for that matter Cavern City Tours or The Houghton Weavers.