Wayhome Music & Arts Festival 2017

Wayhome Music & Arts Festival blew into the vast farmland of Oro-Medonte for the third consecutive year last weekend. As festival goers the GTA felt the loss of TURF and once again Riot Fest, Wayhome is a relatively short drive out of the Big Smoke to see a good variety of touring acts. This year’s lineup featured International acts such as Solange (no photos allowed), Frank Ocean (photos? nope!), Imagine Dragons, Cage The Elephant, Flume, and Phantogram. Also included was some amazing local representation such as PUP, The Darcys, Constantines, and Death From Above

Front of House is proud to welcome contributor Dawn Hamilton who covered the festival, which took place at the same time as Panorama in New York City (stay tuned for that post…)


See more of Dawn’s amazing work HERE and follow her on instagram @minismemories






Death From Above 1979 – 102.1 The Edge

Acoustic guitar and mandolin. Yep that pretty much sums up DFA1979. Well ok not really, but that’s what we got a taste of during their performance at 102.1 The Edge this past week. A very cool re-working of tracks from “The Physical World” (Trainwreck 1979, Virgins & White is Red) that didn’t blow the roof off of Corus Quay.

Death From Above 1979 – Panamania, Toronto

Toronto’s own hard rock duo DFA1979 provide a warm welcome to thousands of athletes, tourists and passers by at Nathan phillips Square as a part of Panamania. A month-long celebration of music in arts in conjunction of the 2015 Pan Am/Para Pan Am games.

Goodbye 2014!

Front of House Photography has experienced incredible success and growth in 2014 and I want to thank each and everyone of our faithful readers, casual visitors and accidental passersby for helping make that happen.

The list of bands I have had the pleasure of shooting for the first time or as welcomed favourites is much too long to list. Also, I’m not big on writing so just look at some of the highlights of this great year, and here’s to lots more in 2015!




Biblical – Sound Academy, Toronto

If a band describes their sound as “mountain splitting and oceans parting” they damn well better prove it. Biblical does. In spades. Their heavy, sludgy and rumbling version of rock n roll kicked off the night at Sound Academy in support of Death From Above 1979

Touring their latest record “Monsoon Season” (New Damage Records), Biblical ripped through their extended jams with energy and purpose.

Check out Monsoon Season and their website for upcoming tour dates