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Celebrating 'A Movement'

Tuesday 24th March 2015

Yadana Saw heads to Wainuiomata for Camp A Movement, one of many ways A Low Hum's Blink is celebrating his new book release.

Eyeliner performing at Camp A Movement.

Photo: Zarni Saw

Before Ian "Blink" Jorgensen was known for his indie music festival Camp A Low Hum, he and his camera were an ever-present fixture at local and international gigs. Finally, he's compiled his 15-year photography career into A Movement, a 10-volume collection of his favourite 1000 photos featuring 300 mostly local acts. As part of the celebrations around the release, Blink marked the occasion with Camp A Movement, a sort of mini Camp A Low Hum that takes place with a handful of bands playing overnight at a venue in Camp Wainui.

Music 101 contributor Yadana Saw was there to see how it all went down.



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Lifetime listener, first time radio producer Yadana Saw’s love of student radio began as a long distance affair requiring many car trips into the rural outskirts of Whangarei to catch a very faint bFM signal.
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