Author: Josh Groom


About Josh Groom

Josh is the Head of Video and Photography at Moshcam. He's an award-winning director, editor and photographer based in Newtown, NSW Australia. He has been shooting live music since 2011 for several publications, both print and online, but primarily Sydney street press magazine, The Music - formerly Drum Media. A 2007 graduate of AFTRS, Josh has directed music videos for artists including Angus & Julia Stone ('Babylon' and 'Just a Boy'), Birds of Tokyo ('Wild Eyed Boy'), Born Lion ( 'Good Dogs Play Dead' ), The Snowdroppers ('White Dress' and 'Love Letters') and The Rumjacks ('FIstful O' Roses'). In 2008 he won the IF award for Best Music Video and he's received nominations for ARIA and J awards. In 2016 he won the Best Editing award at Tropfest, for 'Ben's Filming The Movie.' You can check out his directing and editing website here -

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Captured: Photographers in lock down – Peter Dovgan

As a result of social distancing, many photographers have lost their main income source and face an uncertain future whilst on lockdown. Man



All the photos from the massive 2017 lineup…  including At The Drive In, Illy, Dune Rats, Northlane, SAFIA, The Preatures, Bad//Dreem


Chance The Rapper @ The Big Top Sydney

Check out all the photos from Chance's first Australian tour


2016 in Review: 50 Essential Photos

Recap the best live music moments of 2016 in 50 photos


Her Sound, Her Story: A Q&A With Michelle Grace Hunder

I recently spoke with Michelle Grace Hunder about her upcoming project, ‘Her Sound, Her Story,’ a celebration of Australian women in mus


Splendour 2016 in 21 Photos

The festival was looking on-point as always


Black Stone Cherry

Photographer – Paul Tadday


Black Stone Cherry // Paul Tadday

“BSC are an amazing band to shoot. Ben Wells is like a Jack in the Box, bounding all over the place. The lighting was challenging with


Paul Tadday

I’m based in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, specialising in portraiture of all kinds, commercial / corporate / events and urban /



Photographer – John De Haan


Karnivool // John De Haan

“It was a challenging shoot due to the huge light show which varied in intensity greatly but very exciting. I spotted the crowd surfer


John De Haan

I started shooting live bands many years ago with a small point and shoot Lumix and slowly upgraded to the professional equipment I have now