Hey there, the name’s Nicole. I’m an NYC-based videographer and photographer with a passion for creatively telling authentic stories. I have way too many side projects for an introvert, but wouldn’t have it any other way. I live in Brooklyn and work as a Social Media Video Producer and Editor at The New Yorker, in addition to directing a series of acoustic performance videos called The Catalyst Sessions, shooting concerts for this beautiful publication, and trying (and failing) to get eight hours of sleep every night. After spending the majority of my young adult life happily waiting ridiculous amounts of time to meet musicians and spending all of my money on concerts, I first got my start in music photography about three years ago, and it has truly changed my life. When I’m shooting a concert, I feel wholly myself. It is my hope that my work conveys even a fraction of the appreciation and connection that I feel to my passion and the passions of others.
P.S. I’m always down for collaboration - feel free to check out my work and reach out!
Good day! My name is Odera and I’m a photographer from the beautiful streets of London, UK. Currently working as the in-house photographer for a London-based digital design studio, I've been a full-time photographer for 2 years, dabbling in almost every type of photography (check out my website if you get a moment). But as a fellow musician, getting to document the experience of live shows and spectacular music artistry blows most of the others out of the water. I caught the bug for music photography when offered the chance to shoot some of my favourite artists for Somerset House & American Express UK, and haven’t been able to shake it since. There are definitely worse bugs to catch, in my opinion.
Hii.. I’m alex, I’m a writer and photographer currently based in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, and doing my best to live between here and Brooklyn. I started shooting film as a means to connect with myself and others, and have lately turned to shooting artists as a way to share conversations with them to an outside audience. I’ve been honored so far to work with people who really inspire me, who I respect and admire, and I hope that all my life I get to work in this ever-expanding community of creatives and lovers. All these people really trying to reach out and connect with others and make something meaningful. So excited to be a member of Honey Punch! And looking forward to all that’s coming.
Hi hi! I take photos of music and people that inspire me. I'm obsessed with trying to capture the energy between an artist and the crowd, and what I feel listening to songs that I love. It started out as documenting memories for myself and evolved into constantly wanting to create and learn more. SHOOT FILM!!!
Hello! 19 year old British kid living in London. I've got a thing for photography and I am a musician myself (guitar of course), so it was only time until both of my passions intertwined.
I currently study at University of the Arts in London. You can find me having an overpriced cold pint in a nice pub garden whilst listening to Bombay Bicycle Club, Arctic Monkeys or anything else shamefully indie.
Hey hey, I’m Kyra Bruce! I graduate from Oklahoma State with a degree in Multi-Media Journalism Production in May of 2019. I hope to be a music journalist, or really anything anyone will let me do. I love dancing so I’m most likely the girl next to you at a show doing the sprinkler and the hand jive. I do a lot of video work with Tulsa bands, you can see that on my YouTube “Kyra Bruce” or on my website:
Hey y’all, I’m Ava! I’m an 18-year-old recent Chicago transplant and I couldn’t be more thrilled given my new location. I’m originally from South Florida, which is where I ultimately began my photography and writing career. I always dreamed of moving to Chicago and the timing couldn’t have been more perfect. Online, you can check me out on way too many music outlets for me to keep track of. But in person, you’ll most likely find me hitting up Reckless Records, snapping pictures in the photo pit -- or lack thereof at many Chicago venues --, or reading pretentious novels in Wicker Park. I’m hoping to pursue my photography career well in college.
A ton of my favorite bands hail from this fine city including Twin Peaks, Post Animal, and Grapetooth. But I also love The Strokes, Sunflower Bean, Public Access T.V., Talking Heads, and Vampire Weekend, to name a few, but I could go on forever.
Check me out:
Instagram + Twitter: @daftprettygrrl
Hello, my name is Erica Tello. I'm a creative soul, photographer, and writer. I went to the Missouri School of Journalism to pursue my dream to connect with the world by telling stories. Honey Punch creates a space for me to share stories, discover music, and also encourage creativity among others. I'm a collector of experiences, who spends my time and money on concerts and seeing new places. I hope to continue to connect with people on the unifying power of music and the creativity behind it.
Hello! My name is Nicole Solero & I'm a photographer/creative based in Orlando, FL. I was born on a small Island in the Caribbean called Puerto Rico & I'm super proud of where I'm from. My favorite things usually fall under music, film, and/or art. I'm currently studying as a college student & im working on getting an A.S in Graphic Design. I LOVE color, city life, & neon lights. I grew up in a household with two awesome & crazy musician brothers & inherited a distinct but funky taste in music. Some of my all time faves since childhood are (Coldplay, Journey, John Mayer, The Killers, etc.)
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Hello there! My name is Stephanie Estrada and I’m 21 years old. I’m a music photographer based in Miami, Florida. Before moving to the United States, I used to live in Nicaragua for 17 years. I moved during my junior year in high school and moved to Gainesville, Florida to finish my senior year. Yes, it was a culture shock! Moving to America was incredible because of the music and art scene. Since I moved to Florida, it has given me the opportunity to experiment with different styles of photography, but music photography was it! I love bringing my 35mm film camera with me to concerts and I highly recommend anyone to try it at least once! I’m currently a junior in college studying communications and photography. I spend most of my time reading biographies of painters, aka Vincent Van Gogh is everything, and drinking a lot of café con leche. My favorite bands are Vancouver Sleep Clinic, Ben Howard, The Lumineers (Angela is my favorite song from them,) and Cage The Elephant.
Greetings! My backstory is all over the place, I dabble in lots of different respects of the music industry. In the past, I went to school at the University of Michigan to study Art & Design, but recently transferred home to the University of Nebraska-Omaha to study Composition and Philosophy. Currently, I am managing two bands called Wrënch and Noodle Boy, both based out of the Chicago area. I do everything from booking, press, general management, promotion, to artistic direction for them! Also, I recently finished up interning at the Empty Bottle in Chicago, in which I did everything from venue management to artist hospitality.
Some of my favorite bands recently have been the Talking Heads, Velvet Underground, the National, Parquet Courts, Pavement, Post Animal, The Psychedelic Furs, Sufjan Stevens, BROCKHAMPTON, and New Order.
Come say hi on some of my socials!
Instagram: @lillimarvin and @wetnoodleassembly
Hello everyone! My name is Evan and I am a 23-year-old writer and student from Miami, FL. I’m married to music, but really any type of media that challenges audiences to think universally about culture or philosophy will peak my interest. I also enjoy reading, writing poetry, and obsessing over characters in television dramas. I am a refined music critic who has reviewed everything from indie rock to hip hop, and I am skilled in balancing a conversational tone with informative content in my writing. In addition to this, I also DJ and currently host a radio show called “The Orbit” every Thursday on FIU’s radio station: The Roar, 95.3.
Yello! I am Christopher Miller otherwise known as "Wayland Media" on the social medias. I'm a Buffalo, NY native. I don't love talking about myself so I'll just say what I do and how I do it. I am a professional graphic designer by day and a photographer by night..and dusk I guess. Most of my work is inspired or derived from music in some way or another and I strive to work for labels in a graphic capacity. Photo-wise I shoot Canon and Fuji for digital, but I am a strong representative of film and all of its magic. I am a hoarder of sorts of old cameras, 35mm and medium format film (which I have to respool in the dark bathroom sometimes) and I wouldn't have it any other way. I'm constantly teaching people about film; what to buy and where to buy it. I develop my own B&W but send out any color work because the earth is dying enough as it is. I lived in Albuquerque NM for a few years designing and developing (no I didn't do meth...well maybe) and I'm now back in the Northeast for the time being. Music taste includes but is not limited to Dreampop, Indie, Garage Punk, and Kenny G.
I love working with other creatives and making cool stuff! Hit me up if you're every wanting to collaborate
I’m Morgan Winston and I’m a 21-year-old photographer from Minneapolis, MN. I currently attend UW-Madison where I discovered my passion for music and portrait photography. The amazing community and energy around the industry keeps me constantly inspired to keep shooting shows. If you can’t find me at a concert I’m probably watching a movie or trying to convince my roommates to let me adopt 12 cats.
Well hey guys! My name is Kira Wilber, I’m 19, & I’m currently studying film at Full Sail University in Orlando, FL. From a young age, I always knew that I wanted to work in the entertainment industry, and while I study the art of filmmaking in school, I now get to do photography on the side for Honey Punch. I think ever since I was a little girl, music gave me some sense of comfort, so I try to attend any concert I can, knowing that I will always leave the venue saying “Now THAT was my favorite concert”. I think the friendships that you make at concerts are the ones that should be the most cherished, as mine are. I sometimes find myself closer to people I’ve only known for days after a concert compared to friendships I’ve had for years – and it’s all because of one thing. Music. Music is one of the few things that can bring people together. Some of my favorite artists would be Sir Sly, COIN, Dua Lipa, and Imagine Dragons.
insta - @kirawilber
twitter - @kirawilber
I’m Britton Strickland, a Microbiologist, book-worm, Netflix-binger, food-fanatic, musician, and photographer in Nashville, TN. Music is a part of my every day work flow, and you’ll often find me crawling throughout the unbelievable concert scene in Music City (which is much more than country music). I picked up a camera in 2004, and I was glued behind the lens ever since. I love creating through writing and photography, and listening to and making music has been an influence and passion my entire life. The remaining minutes and pennies are spent traveling with my wife across the world. Music of choice is Sufjan Stevens, Bon Iver, Iron & Wine, Tallest Man On Earth, Local Natives, and Gregory Alan Isakov. So stoked to be a part of the Honey Punch crew!
Heya! My name's Troy Davis. I'm a recent graduate of Loyola University Chicago, and I am SO excited to be writing with Honey Punch.
I have two parents who are both avid music lovers, both of whom I credit with my super diverse taste in music. I've been singing and playing piano for most of my life, and I spent my college years directing an all-male acapella group (check out the Loyola AcaFellas on iTunes and Spotify!)
I'm so so so excited to be starting this new chapter in my life, transitioning from performing to writing about all the amazing music other's are creating. If you really love what I have to say, or just want to know more about my taste in music, check out my personal blog notsopopmusic.com. I post new playlists everyday, and invite my friends and other musicians to submit their own mixes!
Hey there! I’m Alex Lyon and I’m a music photographer for Honey Punch. I’m 20 years old and I live in the best city in the world, New York City. There’s nothing I love more than capturing a moment in live music that resonates with the audience and that translates powerfully through a photo. I was known in high school as that girl that goes to a lot of concerts - a title that was both totally accurate and something that I don’t mind being known for. My favorite artists right now are The Maine, All Time Low, Lostboycrow, LANY, Flor, Hayley Kiyoko, Ed Sheeran, State Champs, The 1975, Will Joseph Cook, Kevin Garrett, Dua Lipa, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Kehlani, PVRIS, and way too many others. I hope you enjoy my photos as much as I enjoy taking them!
Hey, I'm Casey! I'm a 19 year old photographer from the suburbs of NYC, but I'm currently at school In Maryland where I spend most of my free time at the concert halls of DC and Baltimore. I shot my first show (Cherub at the 9:30 Club) in September 2016 and instantly fell in love with concert photography. My favorite artists, to name a few, are The 1975, Coldplay, Grimes, Pinegrove, Jackson Browne, Fleetwood Mac, Disclosure- I could probably go on for days. As much as I love being in the pit, my favorite part of photographing concerts is for sure seeing the reactions from fans and getting to form connections with people who share my love of music- so feel free to reach out (seriously- I wanna be friends).
I am Reese Gorman, a 19-year-old lover of faith, coffee, writing, and for as long as I can remember, music. Music has been a love of my life since I was a little kid, but sadly I was not blessed with any musical abilities. So I took my love for music and a passion for writing and started music blogging. When people read my pieces I want them to feel the way I feel about the music, I want them to feel this love for the artist and see how truly beautiful their work is. That it's not just words, but that there is a deeper meaning behind the lyrics. Apart from music I love hiking, climbing, and hanging out with my best friends. Some of my favorite artists include The 1975, CHVRCHS, LANY, Father John Misty, Dermot Kennedy, and The National. I am so grateful for this opportunity to be writing with Honey Punch.