Sigma: Life Through The Lens

Sheffield based and internationally published music photographer, Myles Wright is bringing his exclusive photographic exhibition of Sigma to Manchester’s hottest new place to be on a Friday night, Eat New York Bagel Shop in the iconic Northern Quarter this March and it’s not something you want to miss. Having toured with the DJ duo for the past 18 months and photographic life on the road, Myles sat down and decided on the full collection for this exclusive one night only event to showcase some of the best content of the drum and bass artists behind the hit singles Changing, Nobody To Love and Coming Home.

I spoke to Myles about how he got into working with the guys and what it’s like working with two of the biggest artists around right now, “I started working with Sigma in Manchester when they played a sold out show at the O2 Ritz and worked with them ever since, documenting almost every aspect of their touring life, the things that the customer doesn’t get to see, all the behind the scenes content, it’s been a great privilege really. It’s now been almost 2 years since I started working with them and I feel I can now give something back to them, by doing this exhibition it’s almost like a celebration of Sigma and their top ten album ‘Life’, hence the name ‘Life Through The Lens’.”

The display will be open to the public from 7:30pm on Friday 16th March at  for one night only and will be showcasing exclusive and never seen before photos from onstage, solo DJ sets and backstage portraits as well as their milestone headline show at the Royal Albert Hall.




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