Morning yoga at the Solar Stage. Learn to hula hoop at the Little Hippie booth. Go for a ride down the Big Ass Water Slide at Splash-a-Roo. Edit some air-conditioned chill time watching a movie at the Bonnaroo Cinema. The Sonic Stage. Catch short intimate sets in a smaller crowd of your favorite bigger bands doing … Read More
A few days ago I finished a tour poster for Dead & Company that will be released on November 14. I worked on it throughout the month of October, just after I had the pleasure of attending AdobeMax, Adobe’s “Creativity Conference” where they bring the design community together annually to awe and inform us with new products. … Read More
In case you haven’t heard, Town Mountain are set to release renditions of two Grateful Dead Tunes to honor the Grateful Dead’s 50th Anniversary. Town Mountain recorded bluegrass versions of two of their favorite song performed by the Grateful Dead: “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo” & “Big River” the album is out Friday, November 13, 2015. I was lucky enough … Read More
You’re probably wondering, really? Bill Gates, artistic inspiration? That can’t be! Yes, it’s true. You read that right. Bill Gates was indeed one of my primary influences as a young artist. Allow me to explain. I finished college in December of 1998, a semester ahead of schedule. I had left high school a year early as … Read More
So, you ask, “Why the owl? And what’s it got to do with the Grateful Dead? These are questions I’ve been hearing a lot. The answer is, it has a little to do with the Grateful Dead, and a lot to do with me. The first iteration of my owl was born in the fall of 2013 while I … Read More
Little Hippie will be making our way to Gathering of the Vibes July 30-August 2 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. It’s our annual hometown show. Be sure to come by the booth and say hi! We’ve made many great memories in our 10 years of attending this festival. Check out the Little Hippie Gathering of the Vibes Photo … Read More
We’re still glowing over here at Little Hippie in the wake of Fare Thee Well. There was a mention in the Wall Street Journal! And a rainbow! A double rainbow! It’s been great to sift through the memories we so recently made and think about all the new life that will spring forth from our tribe coming together … Read More
In the summer of 2001, when I was wide eyed and ready to see the world, I set out on a mission to photograph music festival culture.
The previous fall I had been in Los Angeles working for a photographer where I met the people who would soon introduce me to the jamband world. That winter back at home in New York City, I went to shows at the Wetlands (RIP) every weekend, meeting lots of people and learning everything I could about festivals.