In the exhibition ‘Making Music Merseyside’ photographer Georgia Flynn explores our local music scene.
“The Making Music Merseyside project is something I started because I’ve loved and been inspired by being around so many incredibly talented people in the City Region and I wanted to get to know their story. It’s been amazing and I can’t wait to keep developing the project in the future” – Georgia Flynn
Merseyside gig photographer Georgia Flynn has photographed 350+ gig sets over the last 3 years. Since shooting her first gig for Bido Lito in Liverpool’s 24 Kitchen St, Georgia has delved into the world of gig photography and started her own Community Interest Company with the aim of ‘Bringing Communities Together’.
After shooting for a wide range of music blogs and mags such as Bido Lito, Liverpool Noise, Gigslutz, Get Into This & Popped Music. In early 2018, Georgia set out to create a project about people who make music across Merseyside.
She has spent time with local artists at gigs, backstage, in rehearsals and at the recording studio. Whilst Liverpool boasts a rich musical history, this exhibition sets out to showcase the current music community that is often overlooked.
The exhibition is hosted by Constellations in the Baltic Triangle and is curated by MrSelby&Co.
Making Music Merseyside Exhibition 8 March – 1 April
Photographs will be available for purchase.