Midwinter Swing Festival 2017 Stompin’ at the Savoy 3 June 2017 Dunedin, New Zealand Photos ©Paul S Allen 2017
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Photos from various music events from across Dunedin, NZ in 2016.
The two songs were written and performed by myself this year (2016)
It has been a pleasure to be able to capture great events in Dunedin this year and love working with local musicians.
If you have an event in Dunedin and would like it captured in images please contact me .
Don’t Bring Me Down ©Paul S Allen 2016
And He Flies © Paul S Allen 2016
©Paul S Allen 2016 All right reserved.
The video below contains images I have made throughout 2015.
I features people & places around Dunedin, New Zealand. It contains some of the protests, events and celebrations that have happened in Dunedin in 2015.
Music: Show me the way – © Paul S Allen 2013
Images and video: ©Paul S Allen 2015
Stay – Written and arranged by Paul S Allen ( aka Paulusthebrit)
Words and music © Paul S Allen 2014 (All rights reserved)
Video © Paul S Allen 2014 (All rights reserved)
28 May 2006 – This is a day that changed us forever.
I wrote the song “Time to say goodbye” four years after my wife miscarried as a way of expressing my deep sadness and a letting go of the hopes and dreams we had of having children. It was to acknowledge the child that we will never hold in our arms, but who will also never know the troubles of this world.
It has taken me eight years to write this blog.
This is the first time I have shared this publicly.
Paul S Allen
Time to say goodbye – Written and arranged by Paul S Allen (aka Paulusthebrit)
Words and music © Paul S Allen 2010 (All rights reserved)
Video and image © Paul S Allen 2014 (All rights reserved)
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