10: i've got a lot of things i want to sell

My name is Aggie, and I live in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. I take photos and write about music, the local scene, food, UNC sports, and the creative process. I like weird roadside stuff and places that show up on Atlas Obscura. I shoot Nikon, and I like old rangefinders, toy cameras, anything that leaks light, Apple computers, the Food Network and ESPN, vintage glassware, mooses, gardening, and bourbon. I work for the government and own a very small townhouse, where I live with my husband Travis, two cats with 2031 women’s basketball victories between them, thousands of books, his 14 guitars, my sixteen cameras, and three televisions. I am terrible at being a grown-up. It’s a pretty good life.

I used to (and still do, occasionally) contribute to Speakers in Code and the Bottom String, and have worked regularly for press agencies and labels including Sneak Attack Media, Presswolf PR, Big Hassle Media, Girlie Action Media, 1-UP PR, Sub Pop Records, Warner Bros Records, Island / Def Jam, Atlantic, Fueled By Ramen, Merge Records, Bloodshot Records, and Southern indie collective This Is American Music.

If you’re interested in having me shoot your band, or a band you represent, or write about an album you’ve released, or visit your cool museum or eat at your tasty restaurant, you can email me at asdonkar AT gmail DOT com. Streaming is good; somewhere I can download your album is better.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Pen says:

    you do all athletic events, right? or do you limit your sports related photography to the heelies baseball? i might have to commission you soon. when i’m not poor.

    1. brandnewkindof says:

      no, i just have the MOST photos of the tar heel baseball team because they’re really accessible. i will take photos of anything! especially for you. 🙂

  2. newlife says:

    thanks for the great pics of our band. i see you have interviewed other groups in the triangle. let us know if you need anything from us!

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