James Marcus Haney (born April 7, 1988 in Upland, CA) is an American photographer and filmmaker.
Haney’s career as a music photographer and documentary filmmaker began with sneaking into music festivals. In 2010 Haney snuck into Coachella Music Festival by creating a fake wristband and buying a vintage USC camera. The security guards at Coachella took one look at his wristband and camera and let him in. Since then, Haney has snuck into over fifty festivals and events, including Bonnaroo, Glastonbury and The Grammy Awards. Mumford & Sons asked Haney to join their Railroad Revival Tour in 2011 after seeing Haney’s documentary Connaroo, which contained footage of their band at Bonnaroo. Within the same year his photo was published in Rolling Stone. His most recent documentary, No Cameras Allowed follows his adventures of sneaking into festivals. To this day, Haney has never paid to go to a music festival.