Angel B Flyer

Posted in Published Work by Mike Panic
8 Nov 2013
Angel B

Well over a year ago I did some head shots for a local artists, producer and DJ, Angel B.  The images were used on his website and overall, received very well.  The photos have since been re-purposed with the talent from MDC, for these promo flyers.

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Tattoo Master 21 Featuring Keith B Machineworks

Posted in Published Work by Mike Panic
13 Aug 2013
Tattoo Master 21 Featuring Keith B Machineworks

Being inspired by the people around me is important, and while often grumpy, Keith B has been a longtime friend who has inspired and encouraged me to start my own business and had my back for years.  Over the last few years he’s become one of the most sought after tattoo machine builders, brilliantly handcrafting them one at a time in his workshop while remaining humble and grounded. Over a month ago he asked me to come take photos of him building machines and some finished ones for an upcoming magazine interview. 

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Mister Dynamite

Posted in People, Published Work by Mike Panic
8 Feb 2013
Mister Dynamite

Last fall I shot some promo photos for Lehigh Valley based DJ, Mister Dynamite.  Here are two great examples of them in use for events he’s been DJing at, and one of my favorite from the shoot itself.  Find him on Facebook and fan out!

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Chris Webby x Joe Stylez Flyer

Posted in Published Work by Mike Panic
16 Jan 2013
Chris Webby x Joe Stylez Flyer

Late last year I had the pleasure of not only shooting Joe Stylez, but also building his website.  One of the images was used in the flyer below for a local show where Joe is co-headlining with Chris Webby.  Graphic design on the flyer was done by SFGD.

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Swarm of Arrows X Decibel Magazine

Posted in Published Work by Mike Panic
11 Dec 2012
Swarm of Arrows

Last week I headed to Philadelphia with Brian for a last minute photo shoot of the metal band, Swarm of Arrows.  Fronted by Brian’s longtime friend and co-worker Keats, I had met him a few times over the last year and he’s great guy, but I had some second thoughts on a shoot in the City of Brotherly Shove in complete darkness.  I can’t be the only one who hates the sun setting at 4:30 in the winter, but I guess the sun isn’t very metal now is it? Lucky for me, Brian was an amazing VALS, a photography acronym for voice activated light stand and without his help, this shoot would have never been a success.  One of the photos was used for the announcement by Decibel Magazine of the Video Premiere, and the feedback on the new video is great! 

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