As a teenager I watched MTV incessantly. I collected Rolling Stone magazines. I bought CDs, cassette singles (remember those?) and band posters with my $10 a week allowance. Music ruled my world. I got to a point where I wanted to document everything going on in my life, including the concerts I was attending. I started sneaking in my little point and shoot camera into concerts by way of empty disposable camera boxes. I specifically remember pushing my way to the barricade of a festival and seeing a slew of photographers in front of me. I knew the moment I saw them that I was destined to do that. I took on a second job to pay for my first DSLR. Exactly one year later I was in the photo pit at the same festival as a credentialed photographer and I haven't looked back since.
Jenn Devereaux is an accomplished concert photographer with over 12 years of music industry experience. She has been published in print and online with outlets such as Rolling Stone, Billboard Magazine, People Magazine, Rock Sound Magazine and Marie Claire to name a few. She is the house photographer at The Fillmore in New Orleans and has most recently had the honor of speaking on a Nikon panel about concert photography at CES in Las Vegas. Jenn lives in Hattiesburg, MS with her husband and three beautiful daughters.