Todd Owyoung

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Music photographer Todd Owyoung has always loved music his whole life. His two favorite things in the world are by far music and photography. All of his life he has been fascinated by the two. When he was young he constantly found himself taking pictures of anything that caught his eye. He also loved to listen to music and go to live concerts. After finally bringing his camera to a concert several years ago, Todd found himself at the intersection of two of his life long dreams; photography and music. Currently Todd has found himself specializing in live music coverage. He shoots bands live, as well as doing some promotional pictures for artists of any genre. He also has his own website based on his work, which includes many examples of his live work, and promotional work. So far in his career Todd has had the honor of photographing such bands as The Police, Bruce Springsteen, Radiohead, Metallica, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails and Tony Bennett. Some of his work has been in very established publications such as Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Alternative Press, The Boston Globe, Harper’s Bazaar, and SPIN. Clients include Atlantic Records, Live Nation, Dave Matthews Band, the Dresden Dolls, and Semi Precious Weapons.

Todd graduated from Washington University in St. Louis magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Visual Communications. Currently Todd photographs concerts anywhere from four to 6 nights a week.

“I strive to realize a unique style emphasizing exacting composition, attention to gesture, and a keen consideration for lighting. Driving each of these core elements is desire to create definitive images that are backed by a highly technical execution. I work almost exclusively with the available stage lighting in my live music photography, preferring to capture the unique look and feel of each event as closely as possible.” Todd searches to capture the moments of a concert that...
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