Well according to his Facebook page:
Simeon Baker is a young solo acoustic musician predominantly known for his Percussive Guitar ‘Lap Tap’ style. He cut his teeth regularly busking in Adelaide’s iconic Rundle Mall and playing regular gigs at open mic nights and music venues around Adelaide with fellow musicians.
I actually really like street performers. I like their independent style, their freedoms, and their attitude where all they want to do is share their art. Living in Adelaide, I’ve seen Simon Baker around town a few times, and his style playing a horizontal guitar is polished and enjoyable to listen to. But I’m not a music buff so I can’t make an objective critique.
Main reason for this post is because I wanted to share a shot from the Leica M240, at full res, taken with my favourite lens, the Summicron 35mm F2, at F2, in really optimal conditions. This was at 200ISO on a bright sunny day. Other than exporting the RAW to JPEG and dropping on my watermark, this image is unedited, and an example of the resolving power of the lens and camera combination.