Tadej Vesenjak has a new album called "Naša dejanja odmevajo v večnost" (Our actions resonate to eternity - roughly translated), and I'm very happy to be a part of it as a photographer! :)
Tadej Vesenjak is a great singer songwriter from a region of Slovenia called Prlekija and he writes brilliant songs about life, love and (social) changes all around us. Besides the great lyrics and accompanying music, the fact which really blows my mind is that he doesn't sing in English (English is pretty common with young bands in the region), not even in Slovenian - he sings in his strong dialect (for which he has my deepest respect), making his music and
his performances even more unique.
I had the pleasure to shoot few times now (see related galleries below) and was very happy when we invited me to collaborate on his new record as a photographer - he had a vision of the way it should look, and I'm glad that I could help him to realise that vision.
Have to mention, though, that I'm not the only one in my family who participated in making of this CD - my wife Špela, a professional violinist, played on two tracks on the album, too, making this a real family project!
A beginning of a beautiful friendship? I'm pretty sure it is... :)
Last weekend I did a quick promo photoshoot for a Croatian/Slovenian band Helika, which, I’m sure, is already a pretty known name to the regular readers of my blog since I’ve been photographing them on multiple occasions. And that’s not just because my wife is in the band, but also ‘cause I really like their "trip pop" music!
Festival Lent, Maribor (Slovenia), 20/06 > 05/07/2014
Shooting 16 days lasting festival (!!) as one of the official photographers can be really tough, but a great joy, too! Here is the first gallery of photos from this years festival, others are following!
Tadej Vesenjak, legendary young generation singer songwriter, with a bunch of great musicians (including my wife Špela on violin!) and a handful of great songs! Great concert, as I can remember, as his gigs usually are!
Pekarna, Dvorana Gustaf, Maribor (Slovenia), 22/12/2012
Underground culture means usually little money for organising the regular program and paying the monthly bills. Winter months are especially problematic, since the heating bills can get pretty big and that's where this benefit concert for helping the Gustaf club comes to play!
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