John Inglis

PHOTOGRAPHER
Since John Inglis was 13 years old, he was always reading Kerrang and Guitar magazines, so he wanted to either be a rock star or the guy who took these pictures of his idols. He started out learning guitar for years, been in several Metal and rock bands, but thought it was way too hard to become a 'rock star.' So he thought a concert photographer would be a lot easier. "How wrong was I? But it's the best thing I ever did."


In his spare time, John enjoys getting out to photograph the great outdoors. "There's nothing quite like it. It places you in another world. But nothing beats the buzz and excitement of being in the pit photographing some of my childhood heroes, and the New Rock Stars of today."

Now, with a few concerts and festivals under his belt, John is proud to say he is a published photographer, with his work being shown on CDs, publications, magazines, online magazines, websites, etc.

He says his journey so far has been quite overwhelming, but he feels blessed to be given these opportunities to do what he loves doing. "Never give up your hopes or dreams. You never know where they can lead you because you never know who's watching."

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John Inglis

PHOTOGRAPHER
Since John Inglis was 13 years old, he was always reading Kerrang and Guitar magazines, so he wanted to either be a rock star or the guy who took these pictures of his idols. He started out learning guitar for years, been in several Metal and rock bands, but thought it was way too hard to become a 'rock star.' So he thought a concert photographer would be a lot easier. "How wrong was I? But it's the best thing I ever did."


In his spare time, John enjoys getting out to photograph the great outdoors. "There's nothing quite like it. It places you in another world. But nothing beats the buzz and excitement of being in the pit photographing some of my childhood heroes, and the New Rock Stars of today."

Now, with a few concerts and festivals under his belt, John is proud to say he is a published photographer, with his work being shown on CDs, publications, magazines, online magazines, websites, etc.

He says his journey so far has been quite overwhelming, but he feels blessed to be given these opportunities to do what he loves doing. "Never give up your hopes or dreams. You never know where they can lead you because you never know who's watching."

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