Internationally published music and entertainment photographer, Myles Wright from Sheffield, is bringing his “Sigma: Life Through The Lens” photographic exhibition to Manchester this Spring. The exhibition will be held at Eat New York Bagel Shop and Bar, located in Manchester’s Northern Quarter on Friday 18th March.
After touring extensively with the British DJ duo for the past 18 months, documenting life on the road, he has now gathered together a collection of his best material to curate this one night only event, to showcase exclusive content of the two drum and bass artists behind the hit songs “Changing”, “Nobody To Love” and their most recent release “Forever”.
Myles says “I started working with Sigma in Manchester when they played a sold out show at the O2 Ritz and worked with them ever since, documenting almost every aspect of their touring life, the things that the paying customer doesn’t get to see, all the behind the scenes content, it’s been a great privilege really. It’s now been almost 2 years since I started working with them and I feel I can now give something back to them, by doing this exhibition it’s almost like a celebration of Sigma and their top ten album ‘Life’, hence the name ‘Life Through The Lens’.
The images will be on display to the general public from 19:30pm and will feature exclusive, never before seen photos of Sigma, from onstage photos, to their solo DJ sets, to carefully selected and detailed backstage portraits, to material from Sigma’s mile stone headline show at the iconic Royal Albert Hall.
Having only been opened for 6 weeks, the Eat New York Bagel Shop is already establishing itself as the place to be on Friday nights, with their own collection of in house DJ’s, large selection of cocktails and draught beers and extensive range of authentic New York style Bagels and sandwiches, it will be a night to remember.
Eat New York Bagel Shop, 64 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LE
0800 689 3896