After picking up a camera in 2006 to shoot events at London superclub Fabric, Sarah Ginn started her journey of documenting the dance music scene. With exclusive, behind-the-scenes access at the likes of Fabric, Ultra Festival, Boomtown, Glastonbury, Outlook, Printworks, Creamfields and Hospitality, Sarah Ginn captured the sights of UK rave and dance culture in the 2000s and 2010s.
Super Sharp Shooter is a carefully curated selection of over 700 photographs from Sarah’s extensive archives, many never before seen. Spanning drum & bass, dubstep, house and techno, the book showcases festivals, clubs, press shots and record covers, providing an unsurpassed document of electronic music in a colourful and dazzling celebration of beats and bass.
This deluxe book features artists like Andy C, Skream, Chase & Status, Shy FX, Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Goldie, Chemical Brothers, Jon Hopkins, Sub Focus, DJ Zinc, Ben UFO, Craig Richards, Erol Alkan, Miss Kitten, Dusky and many more. Also contained is Sarah’s essay, The Feedback Loop Theory. A demonstration of how music affects time and energy and makes it a magic entity.
Set in colour order to reflect the visible light spectrum, this gorgeous book is a must-have for all music and photography enthusiasts.
“With a cool ear for music and an obvious passion for club culture, Sarah Ginn’s keen eye has captured many iconic and magical moments at fabric. Her pictures and clever storytelling captured the spirit and vibe of our clubbing community and allowed a global audience a glimpse into the essence of fabric and the joy generated from our dancefloors, as if they were actually on it. Sarah’s pictures will always remain important documents of our fabric history.” Cameron Leslie & Judy Griffith (fabric)