Brigette Supernova photography blog (formerly Outer Focus Photos)

December 30, 2013

2013 – The year in music photography by Brigette Supernova / Outer Focus Photos

2013 concert photography by Brigette Supernova / Outer Focus Photos.
Music by Zero 1 “Chosen”.
Artists include: Pink, Danielle Colby, Dannie Diesel, Ghost, Ghost BC, Hessler, Pennywise, LL Cool J, Rob Zombie, Ivy Levan, Drowning Pool, Fitz and the Tantrums, Kory Clark, JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound, Blondie, Debbie Harry, Five Finger Death Punch, Danko Jones, Amon Amarth, Tom Keifer, Cinderella, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Gogol Bordello, Volbeat, Crucified Barbara, Jimmy Eat World, Dave Navarro, Jane’s Addiction, John Mayer, Tim McGraw, Mer, Rick Springfield, Riot Fest, House of Blues, Rival Sons, Dropkick Murphys, Cody SImpson, Pitbull, Billy Idol, Icona Pop, Miyavi, Coheed and Cambria, Dirty Pearls, Black Actress, Awolnation.


March 17, 2013

Dannie Diesel and Burlesque le’ Moustache “Gospel for the Guilty”

Here’s a fun slideshow I put together, using photos I created from a recent Burlesque le’ Moustache performance at Chicago’s Double Door. All photos by ┬ęBrigette Sullivan/Outer Focus Photos. PHOTOS MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED without permission. Music by Goddamn Gallows “Waiting Around to Die”, Farmageddon Records. The performers of Burlesque le’ Moustache: Pixie Pistol, Lucy Deluxe, Chadillac, Nixie Hex, Surly Temper, Molly Tov, Cheeky Rood, and Dannie Diesel, with special guest Lady Ginger of the Chicago Starlets.

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May 17, 2012

Burlesque Le’ Moustache puts a spell on Iowa

Burlesque Le' Moustache photographed by Outer Focus Photos

┬ęBrigette Sullivan/Outer Focus Photos. May not be reproduced without written consent. Infringement will be prosecuted.

I have some of the most talented, amazing, lovable friends. I count my lucky stars daily for having them in my life. One such friend is the incomparable Danielle Colby a.k.a. Dannie Diesel (most known for her role on History Channel’s American Pickers). Long before she was a rockabilly television goddess, she was the gal down the street giving me dating advice and make-up tips.

Recently, the burlesque troupe she founded, Burlesque Le’ Moustache, performed at a fundraiser for me. The best way I could think to repay the favor was to lend my talents to her gig. And I just wanted to be there to support her, see her business grow and shine.

I love burlesque. Some may disagree, but I find it the ultimate form of feminist expression: Confident women in all shapes and sizes taking the stage to celebrate their curves, sass, class, and bawdiness without apology. To step in to a spotlight and dazzle strangers with all the wiggly jiggly parts of one’s body takes a great deal of fortitude, chutzpah, and humor. And lots of rhinestones. Maybe that’s the other reason I like burlesque–an over abundance of rhinestones and glitter.

Do yourself a favor. Find the local burlesque troupes near you and go to a few of the shows. If there is a talented, unique troupe like Burlesque Le’Moustache in the middle of Iowa, surely you can find one or two near your city/town. And, unlike strip clubs, burlesque performers actually love it when you cheer for their boobies. Have fun, enjoy the female body in all it’s glory!

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