As a USC film student in 2010, Marcus Haney desperately wanted to attend Coachella. He wanted to be with his friends, hang out with a girl he'd been chasing, and listen to his favorite music. However, he didn't have the money to attend the festival. Instead of purchasing a ticket, he devised a plan to sneak into one of the world's most popular music festivals...And he succeeded. 

From there, Haney proceeded to sneak into approximately 25 music festivals, and he documented all of his experiences. Haney decided to put together a documentary named No Cameras Allowed, and MTV picked it up. Haney's decision to sneak into music festivals ultimately led to him becoming a music photographer, and his portfolio includes the cover photo of Mumford and Sons' new album, Babel, and photos featured in Rolling Stone.

Now, you can watch the full No Cameras Allowed documentary. Click play below to watch Haney's wild adventures.

To find out more about Haney, click here to check out his interview with Huffington Post

Cover photo credit: Rolling Stone

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