Revered WA photographer and frequent contributor to The Music, Tashi Hall has unveiled details of her debut exhibition along with a GoFundMe campaign in support.

Hosted at iconic Fremantle record store Mills, Surgō (meaning “to rise” in Latin) will be on display for two weeks from July 13, showcasing some of her favourite shots after curating an impressive portfolio in recent years from shooting the likes of Florence & The Machine, Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, Troye Sivan, Tame Impala and more.

“I feel it’s important that people know that the art of live music photography is often a lot more than realised,” Hall said.

“My advice to any aspiring photographers would be to shoot anything and everything as much as possible - know that you’re creating your own path and that comparison to other work will lead you nowhere.

“Know that it’s ok to doubt yourself, because at the end of the day it’ll make you work harder and achieve higher results. Also try to be open to the unexpected, because that’s when the best moments will be conveyed.”

You can find out all the details of Hall’s exhibition here, and information on the GoFundMe campaign here.

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