Heavenly Portraits Openings and Instores

Hello All

If you fancy coming to Heavenly Portraits at Rough Trade East we're having the 'opening' at two instores 

Thursday 10th September 7pm
Hooton Tennis Club & Eaves
http://www.roughtrade.com/events/2015/9/1596


Friday 11th September 6.30pm
Stealing Sheep and BRITAIN
http://www.roughtrade.com/events/2015/9/1598

it's going to be guestlist only so drop a line to katherine@heavenlyrecordings.com and let her know what date(s) you want to go to



An Evening with Jock Scot

Pleased to see my recent picture of Jock Scot being put to good use!

you can see a print of this at the Heavenly Portraits show and Rough Trade East London

I'll put a few more from the session up later once the show is up


Heavenly Portraits Show Openings 10th 11th Sept

Hello All

If you fancy coming to Heavenly Portraits at Rough Trade East we're having the 'opening' at two instores 

Thursday 10th September 7pm
Hooton Tennis Club & Britain 

Friday 11th September 7pm
Stealing Sheep and Eaves

it's going to be guestlist only so drop a line to katherine@heavenlyrecordings.com and let her know what date you want to go to






Heavenly Portraits Show

Alchemy exists. For 25 years Heavenly Recordings has been home to rule-breaking musical magic-makers, each HVN release dusted with its own sonic sorcery and to celebrate the anniversary and the release of the Rough Trade Shops 
'HEAVENLY 25' compilation; Heavenly Recordings is exhibiting 54 photographic portraits by acclaimed photographer Brian David Stevens. 
The exhibition features every artist signed to the label in their anniversary year up until the start of the summer. Accompanying the exhibition will be a Heavenly 25 yearbook with all the portraits presented within which will be freely available from Rough Trade shops and the Heavenly web shop for the price of postage and packing.The exhibition runs from the 1-30 of September and the Heavenly 25 double cd compilation is released on Friday 28th August 2015 on the Rough Trade Shops label. 
Brian David Stevens - Brian is a photographer working in London. He was born in Cambridge of Welsh parents and brought up in Yorkshire as a cruel genetic experiment. He is currently finishing his first book, Brighter Later, a portrait of  Britain looking out to sea. Brian has completed and exhibited a ten year project shooting war veterans entitled They that are Left, his most recent exhibition at the Heavenly Social was Notting Hill Sound Systems. His portrait of Wilko Johnson is in the national collection



Brighter Later - Book

pleased to say that Brighter Later will be published by Tartaruga, The book has been designed by Wayne Ford and we're aiming to have it ready by christmas
it will feature an essay by the great Melissa Harrison

Here's a peek at the final book dummy







Brian David Stevens

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