Phantogram The Treehouse | Columbus, OH | February 16, 2010 Photo Credit ED LUNA This being my first interview for my new project, I was a bit nervous.I hadn’t interviewed anyone since my grandmother for my 4th grade “Courageous” project. What was I thinking…? I ordered myself a Magic Hat #9 and quickly downed the first half. My photographer friend Ed, met me at the bar with a smile.  I shot him a goofy smile back. I could hear Phantogram sound-checking in the background. This made my anxiety increase 10 fold. “This is real. This is happening,” I thought to myself.  I nervously chatted away with Ed as he assembled his camera and discussed some ideas for the shoot. “Ready?” he asked.  I took a deep breath. We walked into the performance room at The Treehouse.  I introduced myself to Josh and Sarah. Let them finish their sound check as I walked around in circles. The ceiling was leaking, something awful… We stepped into the “Green Room” which, at The Treehouse, is essentially a small room with a tattered couch and a ton of equipment shoved in it. A GIANT Adriatico’s pizza was laying on the table, half vegan, half cheese. I shakily started off the interview, rattling off my concept for the blog, brief random, goofy interview, short photoshoot with local photographer. “Alright, sounds good!” They smiled and nodded their heads…  .To Be Continued.

Phantogram

The Treehouse | Columbus, OH | February 16, 2010

Photo Credit ED LUNA

This being my first interview for my new project, I was a bit nervous.I hadn’t interviewed anyone since my grandmother for my 4th grade “Courageous” project. What was I thinking…? I ordered myself a Magic Hat #9 and quickly downed the first half.

My photographer friend Ed, met me at the bar with a smile.  I shot him a goofy smile back. I could hear Phantogram sound-checking in the background. This made my anxiety increase 10 fold. “This is real. This is happening,” I thought to myself.  I nervously chatted away with Ed as he assembled his camera and discussed some ideas for the shoot. “Ready?” he asked.  I took a deep breath.

We walked into the performance room at The Treehouse.  I introduced myself to Josh and Sarah. Let them finish their sound check as I walked around in circles.

The ceiling was leaking, something awful…

We stepped into the “Green Room” which, at The Treehouse, is essentially a small room with a tattered couch and a ton of equipment shoved in it. A GIANT Adriatico’s pizza was laying on the table, half vegan, half cheese.

I shakily started off the interview, rattling off my concept for the blog, brief random, goofy interview, short photoshoot with local photographer. “Alright, sounds good!” They smiled and nodded their heads… 

.To Be Continued.