Thanks to Adrian at Lovebox and Dan Beaumont at Dalston Superstore, I was again fortunate enough to have full AAA access to this year’s Lovebox Sunday. Some pix here.
Interview with me by friends (and frequent subject) Dalston Superstore. If the link’s broken, here’s a screengrab… .
French LGBT site yagg.com is running a feature on gay London — with some of my Dalston Superstore pix in the mix…
After Noise of Art at Sketch, we braved the snow to drop by one of our very favourite clubs at our very favourite venue. Pix here.
Helen Noir and Severino downstairs, John Sizzle and A Man To Pet (with special guest Caron Geary (above)) up top. Pix here…
October’s issue of L’uomo Vogue headlines Dalston as a place where THINGS really happen in the CITY (their caps). I’m not going to argue with that. Rather sweetly, they’ve chosen two of my photos from Superstore to illustrate their point [thanks Emanuele!]. The photos are from Hot Boy Dancing Spot’s pre-pre opening party and Helen Noir‘s night Film Noir.
Thursday night saw Tony Hornecker and Ralf Obergfell team up for a one-night-only architectural/performance takeover of Dalston Superstore, for the private view of Beautiful Freaks, an exhibition of Ralf’s nightlife photos. Jonny Woo, Ryan Styles, A Man To Pet, Pia Arber, John Sizzle and Per QX were amongst the performers/participants. An amazing launch. Pix here.
Film Noir (Helen Noir and Rokk) downstairs, John Sizzle Nolan and A Man To Pet upstairs. Fabulous. Pix here.
Ma Butcher’s night at Dalston Superstore. Included stagediving from the bar, snout, heels and all… Photos on Flickr,