As a teenager, my world revolved around music. I was a die-hard fan, glued to MTV, and avidly collecting Rolling Stone magazines, CDs, and band posters with every bit of my allowance. But my passion for music didn't stop there.
Driven by an urge to capture every moment of my life, including the concerts I was attending, I began sneaking my little point-and-shoot camera into venues using empty disposable camera boxes. I vividly recall one instance at a festival where I found myself pushing my way to the front barricade where a sea of photographers stood in front of me. It was at that very moment that I knew I was destined to do the same.
Determined to pursue my dream, I took on a second job to save up for my first DSLR camera. And exactly one year later, I found myself standing in the photo pit of the same festival, fully credentialed and ready to capture the essence of the performers and the energy of the crowd.
Jenn Devereaux is an accomplished concert photographer in the New Orleans market with over 14 years of music industry experience. She is the house photographer at The Fillmore in New Orleans and lives in Hattiesburg, MS with her husband and three beautiful daughters.
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