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    The first time I heard Moby was in a photographer's studio in Wellington NZ. Little did I know that 20 years later, I too would become a photographer and that I'd be sharing the stage with the legend himself.
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    Adding to Matt's original note, which is below. I love the juxtaposition between performer and fans. The light reveals the scene in discreet and interesting ways. It also creates a sense of unexpected intimacy. (MA)Excellent live moment here, Jack. I love how Moby seems to be standing in the shadows, but there are these tiny pecks of light that unveil him to the crowd. The emotion from the fans is a nice added layer. I'm wondering if you got a chance to share this image with the artist himself?

    Jenn Poggi
    Assistant Professor, RIT, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences
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    Date Uploaded: Sep 19, 2017
    Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
    Copyright: © Jack Adamson
    Categories: Culture, People, Music
    Assignments: Adventures of a Lifetime, Starstruck, Inspiring Experiences, My Best Photos of 2017, Exploring Time, Chasing Moments