If you go to a gig with Piper Ferguson, expect to play second fiddle to her camera. Whether she has a photo pass or not, Ferguson captures essential music moments at every turn.
A quarter century after she first picked up a camera on the recommendation of a cinematographer friend who advised Ferguson she could learn more about directing through photography, she has her first book, Indie/Seen: The Indie Rock Photography of Piper Ferguson. A large format collectible art book, at almost 300 pages, it features over 350 photographs of a cross-section of artists who fall under the catch-all phrase of “indie” most of them taken on film.
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