You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet.

13 June 13

Posted at 2:52

You aint seen nothing yet

Music and photography are inseparably linked. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet shows the work of photographers who stand out for their unique style and original approach. The exhibition in Antwerp Belgium includes intimate backstage portraits, eccentric group portraits and iconic album covers. FoMu is showing work by, among others, Dean Chalkley, Joris Bulckens, Daniel Cohen, Charlie De Keersmaeker, Koen Keppens, Ryan McGinley, James Mollison, Alex Salians, Michael Schmelling, Oliver Sieber, Alex Vanhee, Eva Vermandel and Rob Walbers. The exhibition includes album cover art, music videos, photography books and an installation by Radio Soulwax.

 You Aint Seen Nothing Yet Exhibtion at FoMu runs from 28.06.13 - 06.10.13

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Water Aid Pump Up The Volume

12 June 13

Posted at 6:12

 

We are extremely proud to announce Dean’s involvement in Water Aid’s latest amazing awareness campaign ‘Pump up the Volume’.

The Campaign asks Glastonbury 2013 festival-goers to Pump up the Volume – for a world were everyone, everywhere has safe water and sanitation by 2030. Water Aid will be all over the site gathering signatures that will then be taken to the UN in September, calling for universal access to safe water and sanitation. At their stand, you will be able to support the campaign by having your photo as you Pump up the volume. But you don’t have to be at Glastonbury this year to take part and show your support. Click here to sign their Epetition.

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Dean DJing at the Isle of Wight Festival

12 June 13

Posted at 5:26

isle of wight

This weekend Dean will be DJing, along with fellow Black Cat DJ Si Cheeba at the legendary Isle of Wight Festival. The Duo were specially asked by Tim Burgess to work their magic in the Tim Peaks Intoxicating Tea rooms from 19:00- 20:00 on Sunday 16th of June, they will also be playing a short set on the Saturday in the Hip Shaker tent! Pop along to see them in action, spinning tunes for your sonic pleasure!

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Beady Eye : NME

11 June 13

Posted at 9:31

 

Liam NME cover

 

Dean has shot Liam Gallagher many times now, In fact Deans first ever encounter with Liam, Noel and the rest of Oasis was at the  Army and Navy pub in Chelmsford way back in the 1990's. Dean was in a very embryonic stage of his photography, always connected to the music scene and went to the 'Army and Navy' to check out this band that had a great buzz about them. The gig was by all accounts incredible, Dean positioned himself to the right of the small stage and awaited the band, when Liam walked onto the stage he spotted the Camera and thrust 2 fingers virtually into the lens...Whooohhh ...what an Attitude...Apparently the gig was amazing and the crowd went crazy, people dancing on the pubs counter as the band thrilled the eager the very excitable hipsters squeezed into this small venue.. Oasis finished their set with a cover of the Beatles classic  'I Am The Walrus'.

That was a long time ago though, and much has changed... Oasis went through several different line-ups and became massive of course. The legendary relationship between the Gallagher brothers has exploded across the media on more than one occasion. 

Both Noel and Liam now have very successful solo careers, Liam's splinter outfit is called  'Beady Eye' and they have just released their 3rd album since splitting up Oasis. The new collection of tracks it called "BE' and can be heard on Spotify, check out Beady Eye's website  here for more information about the band gigs and all that jazz....

 

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125 Magazine is out!!

11 June 13

Posted at 9:20

valerie june 125 magazine 

 

The New Edition of 125 Magazine is out,  219 pages of juicy stuff including great editorial photographic features 'Wayne's World' by Rick Guest, God's Fondness by Tim Flach and Valerie June by Dean. This thick heavy bound magazine is available from good News Agents, Art Book stores, Galleries and online here.

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