Bailey Elizabeth Rogers is a music nerd, a baseball junkie and an artist who views and captures the world in a series of singular moments: Moments that raise questions; Moments that tell stories; Moments that celebrate the beauty in the broken and are the anthems of the soul of the human experience. Known mostly for her concert photography and musician portraits, all of her work is inspired and informed by the ever present melodies that surround her - the visual music & lyrics of the stage and streets. Her artistic mission is the celebration of the simple beauty in the so often overlooked ordinary objects and moments.
As a freelance music photographer, and lead photographer for Sofar Sounds Saint Louis, her work has been used by countless bands, musicians, and venues. Some standouts include O.A.R., Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, Matt Nathanson, Stephen Kellogg, The Hunts, American Authors, Green River Ordinance, Joanna Serenko, Sofar Sounds Global, Montage Deer Valley, and Rams Head On Stage. Along with her music photography, her street and art photos have been featured by CNN, the Washington Post, Midwest Living Magazine, Yahoo! Life, Access Hollywood, Scary Mommy, The Riverfront Times, Saint Louis Magazine, Paste Magazine, The Aquarian, and Missouri Botanical Gardens. Additionally, she has worked with Y98/Entercom, Porchfest STL, Saint Louis Uncorked, Christian Benner Custom, and Cinco de Mayo STL.
Born and raised on the East Coast, Bailey currently lives in Missouri and considers herself "a Saint Louis Girl with a rock and roll soul, and a New York City heart."