Rooms with views are hard currency in this game. One of the favourite perks of the job is getting to see Dublin from various vantage points. Thankfully photo ops are usually put up on a commanding rooftop and not in the dungeon depths, replete with coders, boxes and forgotten pop-ups. […]

Had a really enjoyable editorial photography gig last week with Minister Murphy in attendance. In a plush Marker Hotel meeting room, with some heavy hitters in the room, Phil from Euroweek hosted the roundtable event. On the table was the shape-shifting Brexit ideal from an Irish perspective. No shortage of […]

I’m always astonished when I see house and apartment photography for pads worth over half a million eurotrons. Aside from the staggering amount, which is uncomfortably to even whisper, is when said estate agent decides that to sell an asset of this gargantuan value they need photographs that barely describe […]



“No, something modern but classic, un-specific and generic, but utterly Dublin, but not stocky.” – Eh, okay… Nothing better than getting a contradictory brief, to leave you scratching your head. But these are the impossible conversations I enjoy. Dublin has changed inordinately over the last 16 years, with half of […]


Hanover Quay rather than Head Quaters, since you ask 🙂 New interiors for a new restaurant in the old hallowed halls of Ely HQ over in Hanover Quay. It’s the new Silicon Docklands, boasting well heeled smart young things clutching flat whites and yoga mats, along with Facebook, Google and […]