Bryan Sutter

Bryan Sutter

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For the last 5 years, I've been documenting the culture and art surrounding the music scene in St. Louis. I was fortunate enough to be around as the St. Louis music scene came back to life after years of venue closings and other setbacks. I've documented over 1000 shows, from massive festivals to sweaty basements, and have gained the reputation as one of the best music photographers in the area. I also run United By Haircuts, a popular photo blog on Tumblr.



However, I've shifted some of my focus to the new civil rights movement that has grown out of the unrest following the death of Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. It's been a tough but rewarding experience, both as a photojournalist and as an individual.



I've turned to Patreon to as a means to drum up support while I focus on documenting on the protest and community-building actions here in St. Louis and as well as continuing my work documenting the local music scene.
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For the last 5 years, I've been documenting the culture and art surrounding the music scene in St. Louis. I was fortunate enough to be around as the St. Louis music scene came back to life after years of venue closings and other setbacks. I've documented over 1000 shows, from massive festivals to sweaty basements, and have gained the reputation as one of the best music photographers in the area. I also run United By Haircuts, a popular photo blog on Tumblr.



However, I've shifted some of my focus to the new civil rights movement that has grown out of the unrest following the death of Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. It's been a tough but rewarding experience, both as a photojournalist and as an individual.



I've turned to Patreon to as a means to drum up support while I focus on documenting on the protest and community-building actions here in St. Louis and as well as continuing my work documenting the local music scene.

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Super nice! You get access to the backer blog, 10% off orders on my website, AND a signed 12"x18" print!