Local music photographers to showcase work in celebration of Tenement Trail


Ahead of this year’s Tenement Trail – Scotland’s festival for music discovery on Saturday 29th September – the photographers behind the scenes of the event which brings together thousands of music fans every year, across ten venues for 12 hours in Glasgow, will showcase a selection of their work including images of Frightened Rabbit, Lewis Capaldi, Fatherson, The Temperance Movement, The Big Moon, Twin Atlantic, The Van T’s, Lucia and more.

Celebrating the city of Glasgow, the local music scene and the venues that house so many outstanding live experiences, For the Love of Glasgow is an opportunity to bring together music lovers and appreciate the unique artform of music photography, all for a good cause.

Photographers Cameron Brisbane and Alice Hadden are showcasing shots from Tenement Trail and shows around some of the ten venues including the much-loved and missed 02 ABC plus Flat 0/1 and The Garage. The exhibition also features the Barrowlands, Saint Luke’s and 02 Academy.

Taking place in Broadcast the exhibition opens tomorrow and will run until 30th September. Shots will be available for purchase direct from the photographers. All proceeds from sales will go direct to Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH).

Temenent Trail 2018 tickets are on sale here.



Cameron Brisbane is a photographer and videographer specialising in live, studio and set work. Based in Glasgow, Cameron works with some of the biggest acts in the world, including Paolo Nutini & The 1975, as well as continuing to support local acts across Scotland. When he’s not in the photo pit he works with a range of clients including DF Concerts, Historic Scotland, Kerrang, Alt Press and Ford.

Cameron’s on show images include- Lewis Capaldi (King Tut’s), Marsicans (Garage Attic), The Van T’s (The Priory), Twin Atlantic (St Luke’s), Frightened Rabbit (O2 Academy), Fatherson (Barrowlands), Lucia (La Belle Angele), The Temperance Movement (O2 ABC), Milburn (O2 ABC), Rascalton (Flat 0/1).


Alice Hadden is a portrait and music photographer currently based throughout Scotland. Whilst spending two years studying in Glasgow, Alice focused a lot of time on photographing local gigs and festivals as well as working behind the scenes. She has previously worked with Tenement TV and Tenement Trail, DF Concerts and most recently, her work with Scottish band Vistas and TRNSMT Festival.

Alice’s images on show include – Bad Sounds, The Big Moon, Strange Bones, The Blinders, Pale Waves, Vistas, LIFE, Marsicans, Rascalton across Barrowlands, Garage, Priory, King Tut’s and Flat 01.