This photo was taken during the Camden Crawl, a music festival over two days around the venues in Camden Town. Photographer Stuart Nicholls recalls 'Amy was a big act so to get the chance to photograph her in such a small intimate venue such as the Dublin Castle was a true experience. The venue was packed; I had gotten there early, in fact early enough to have to wait through two mind numbing acts that were supporting. There was no pit and no other photographers made it to the front, a couple were standing on the benches round the edge of the room. I had a great spot right in front of Amy. Four songs in and someone who I guess was part of Amy’s management tried to show some authority and lay down the first 3 songs rule. As if that was going to happen.'
|Size||Price ex. vat||Price inc. vat|
|12" x 12"||£41.67||£50.00|
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