As a photographer, sometimes you need to capture the moment and how busy it is. Sometimes, you just need to portray how sweaty you are and how everyone is dancing.
During SXSW, I had some friends ask me if we could have a show at my house. Over the proceeding weeks, the party got moved from my front yard to my living room. At first, I was uneasy with this idea. I live in a home built in 1910ish and stands on pier-and-beam. If you took a marble and laid it on the floor in the kitchen, the marble would roll into the living room with ease. I suspect the house tilts by about -10 degrees south.
Once Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt started their set in my living room, it blew my mind. They packed nearly 75 people into into a small pace. We danced. We laughed. We tasted each others sweat.
It will be a moment I will never forget.
With that, I wanted to capture that same feeling at Red 7. Hopefully, you see the joy in the swirls.
Tags: 10022012, 2012, Antonio F Delgado, Austin, Bill Murray Ate My Neighbors, Eric Pulsifer, Lisa Pulsifer, Neil Fridd, October 2, Oh Antonio, Red 7, Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt, Texas, Transmission Entertainment