My initial thoughts of shooting Gary Numan would be that he would have many a pose and would make for a cool picture. I didn't factor his heavy use of smoke and strobes on stage when I headed to the Olympia for The Thin Air. This made things quite tricky, particularly given how much Gary moves around on stage. He doesn't stop, and when he does the microphone obscures most of his face as you try catch a break between the flickers of light. Add to this some dark green lights during one of the three songs covered.
I had my second camera (Canon 7d) on me with a 70-200mm, as usual for an Olympia Show, but this was rarely used for close ups because of his constant movement. I think there is only one shot I bothered with when it came to editing which you can see below. Even at that, it is slightly overexposed. He was still worth shooting, just a tricky subject to photograph.