Noize is a site focused on showcasing music, concert photography and documentary photography. We also incorporate interesting articles and content that celebrate self-expression in the subject matter of politics and popular culture. The name “Noize” came to be because of the noise music makes and the noise found in low-light photography. Our Mascot/logo is a Cockatoo because we own one, and she’s f’in loud.
Interested in contributing? We are on the look out for creative photographers, writers and comic strip artists.
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Alexis Simpson: Alexis is the editor of Noize, and a photojournalist out of the Detroit area with a focus on music and reportage photography. Her photos have been seen nationally in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, and world-wide in publications as far away as Germany, Belgium, Slovakia and Poland.
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/noizenews OR http://www.twitter.com/alexismarie
Instagram: User name=noizenews
Me on Frenchman St, For Halloween at Voodoo Fest dressed up as a weirdo Goth doll.
Dave Palmer: Dave’s column is Society’s Slideshow. By day, he is a teacher; by night a part-time musician and independent mind. Based in metro-Detroit, he “takes pictures of society with his cerebral cortex and converts them into a sildeshow of the world the way he sees it.”
Jacob Giampa: Jacob is a rising young talent who tries to shoot as many different genres of music as possible. He also has a knack at getting backstage! “Like” his page on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jacobgiampatakespictures.
Tracy Malhiot:Tracy Maihiot is our heavy metal music photographer from Canada. She shoots for a few different publications and takes amazing photos. Check out her flickr page here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12782056@N03 and her website here:
Mitch Planamento: Mitch is a phenomenal writer that specializes in writing about ska, punk rock and life in general. If you see her at a show, she’ll be sippin’ water and furiously scribbling on her notepad. She also happens to be super cool.