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Photographer documents a year at the Apex in new exhibition




Photographer Shawn Pearce is exhibiting a collection of photos covering gigs and entertainment at the Apex ANL-150704-102701001
Photographer Shawn Pearce is exhibiting a collection of photos covering gigs and entertainment at the Apex ANL-150704-102701001

Bury St Edmunds photographer Shawn Pearce spent his 2014 taking pictures of the stars who graced the stage at The Apex.

His new exhibition, ‘A year at The Apex 2014’, runs until May 3 upstairs at the venue – with the official open evening, when you can meet the man himself, on April 16 from 6-8pm.

Photographer Shawn Pearce is exhibiting a collection of photos covering gigs and entertainment at the Apex ANL-150704-102649001
Photographer Shawn Pearce is exhibiting a collection of photos covering gigs and entertainment at the Apex ANL-150704-102649001

Shawn said: “About 18 months ago I was asked to be part of The Apex’s ambassador group so started going to gigs and taking photos.

“This exhibition is a year through my eyes.” Shawn said there was huge variety in the acts he snapped.

“I took photos at 18 gigs with 10 to 12 different genres of music. I love music and love photography so this really killed two of my passions with one stone

“It is dream come true.”

Photographer Shawn Pearce is exhibiting a collection of photos covering gigs and entertainment at the Apex ANL-150704-102713001
Photographer Shawn Pearce is exhibiting a collection of photos covering gigs and entertainment at the Apex ANL-150704-102713001

For more on Shawn’s photography visit see www.shawnpearcephotography.co.uk



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