Flyleaf's original, Lacey Sturm played an intimate show from her tour at the Cambridge Room inside the House of Blues on Tuesday night. Since her departure from Flyleaf in 2012, she went on to publish her first book titled, "The Reason: How I Discovered a Life Worth Living" and shortly after, went solo under her own name releasing "Life Screams" in 2016. Lacey is a unique musician who's stage persona is chalk full of emotions and positive life lessons. Seeing Lacey close her eyes and break down on the floor in mid-set to display the sheer beauty and passion of her music was enough to win me over as a fan. Gets me goosebumps to see an artist not only sing what's on their mind but display it in an emotional performance.
This being the first time I shot in the Cambridge Room, I loved the small setting and ornate decor lined around the room. I was restricted to the side and backstage for the show which I thought would limit my creativity, but I actually got some unique angles that I normal wouldn't get photographing a national touring band.