In the midst of festival season it’s lovely to see some gig photos from smaller, more intimate venues. Photographer Alan Campbell has a knack for capturing the atmosphere of these events as well as shooting the striking Scottish countryside around his home…
(Header shot: Stock Manager)
I first got into photography around 10 years ago after attending a few workshops with an excellent photographer called Brian Sweeney. I’m fortunate that I live in Central Scotland, as there’s so much beautiful scenery, wildlife and culture nearby to photograph.
A local music and arts venue in Stirling called the Tolbooth is one of my favourite venues. The venue hosts a diverse range of music, comedy, spoken word, art exhibitions and classes/workshops. It’s well worth a visit and you can find their upcoming schedule of events here.
Left: December 91 Right: Ross Fairweather & Annie Booth Below: Withered Hand
Above: Emme Woods Below: The Van T’s / CRPNTR
Kenny Bates from the Tolbooth, in particular, has been phenomenal by putting on so many cool gigs, either in the Tolbooth or in other unusual locations in the Stirling area. I’ve included a few photos from some of those gigs here.
Left: Be Charlotte Right: Constant Follower
A couple of other beautiful locations in my local area include the University of Stirling and the Ochil Hills. The views are simply stunning and no matter what time of year it is, there’s always a scenic view.
All photos are taken and copyrighted by Alan. We’ll be featuring more of his gig photography on Breaking Glass soon – in the meantime, do follow his Instagram posts to see his latest work.
18th July 2019