With photography, design, copywriting, and print, online and social media engagement, Maev Fitzpatrick Photography can help share your music in the right light and give your image a voice.
Inspired by Herman Leonard, Jim Marshall and Anton Corbijn, MFP focuses on black and white portraits of musicians, aiming to highlight the talent and influence of musicians, bring musicians together and encourage collaboration between genres. Using unique and engaging live music photography and black and white portraits, MFP can build a visual campaign that will support your advertising and communication. MFP also hopes to highlight the importance of music photography with memorable and powerful photographs.
Through engaging photography, MFP is able to create designs of excellent quality, which appeal to your target audience for various media, including social, print and online.
Online + Social
MFP offers unique, tailored, and intelligent design and production of online and social media strategies, which are timely, relevant, engaging and connect with your fans. Building valuable and ongoing relationships with your fans requires effective and targeted communication, through your website, Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn and newsletters. MFP also offers website and blog design. MFP helps you share your story, your music, in the best light.
On Music Photography
“The special quality of these photographs is in their iconic beauty, the way Herman Leonard made up the language of jazz photography, the fact that when people think jazz, more often than not, they see his photographs. There’s something else, something indefinable that is revealed in the photographs – Herman really knew his subjects. They […]
Photography is a quiet art. Sometimes a lot of people don’t notice what is in a photo, how much work went into each one, or even the photographer themselves. Sometimes it can take years to find what is in a photo. Sometimes a photographer’s work is more famous than the subjects themselves or their work […]
I never had any confidence to share any of my photography, or thought that anyone cared enough to look at it (most people didn’t know I even loved photography), until I heard in November 2015 that Anton Corbijn had retired. It broke me to know that a man so talented had thrown in his towel […]