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03 Feb 2008 | Categories: Harsh Lighting, Music Photography, Photographer, Work | Posted by: jacenk



– vocals,

- drums
– bass, vocals


Yuka Wrenn




was formed as Project One in 1997, in , Indiana, by Jeremy Wrenn and former bandmate . This followed the break-up of Wrenn’s previous band, Black Olive, that released one CD called . Airiel are currently signed to , an independent .

Airiel released a of EPs through which were later re-released as a box-set entitled .[1] In 2005, Airiel released their self-titled EP independently, and toured the eastern United States.[2] (Italy) wrote of the self-titled EP:
’s Airiel have a tradition of releasing fine EPs (having released six to date), and this self-titled release continues that tradition with four tracks of bliss (two of which, “500 Deep” and “” are of earlier songs). Since starting earlier this decade, Airiel have developed a great Ride-esque dynamic interplay between instruments and a keen sense of songwriting, that allows their songs to stand side by side with the groups that inspired them. Their for beautiful and skillful songs is put on proud display in the EP opener “500 Deep” and continues through each of the EPs four songs. So, now that Airiel have established their ability to release good EPs, it’s time for a full length album, no?

In 2007, the band recorded their debut full-length, , which was released on Highwheel Records in August of that year.

info via Wikipedia

He is such a great especially in the field of band and . He has a unique style for . Especially his lighting technique is incredible.

He had a photo shooting with this band, AIRIEL from Chicago and they loved and were satisfied with his .

I recommend you work with him if you look for someone who could give you both of quality and work being up to your expectations and more.

Photography Professional --Yuka Wrenn

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