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Shape Generators
January 30, 2018

Loving this folded paper structure in the Royal Hibernia Academy. Its work by Cork-based sculptor Alex Pentek, titled Folded Space and seemed to get in the way of a corporate do there recently, but to be honest with some pretty dynamic lighting, it really did make the room quite special. It came into its own at night and provided another screen and depth to the space that can at times seem...

Deep in Email
November 15, 2017

The always on. There's no escape to the magical land of 'Inbox Zero'. Caught some folk as the light lined up at a conference recently. Really love line of his shaved...

Windy Liffey Balcony
May 9, 2017

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. So I've been ticking along nicely with a delightful media company and photographed one of the business teams on this balcony nearly a year ago. I had a good blast of...

Light Painting Portrait Photography
March 11, 2015

While convincing the Archipelago gents to stand out in the Baltic night air out in Dollymount to catch the Pigeon Chimneys at night for this portrait, I took the oppurtunity to try some light painting. Its simply painting with light into a long exposed frame – think of writing your name with sparklers as a kid at Hallowe'en. So it was a popular thing online at the time, and it can be quite a cool effect. I suggested just doing a non-descript ball,...

Steven and John from Archipelago
March 4, 2015

So I know Steven and John from various entrepreneur networking events around Dublin – there does seem to be a great swathe of events that we're blessed with here – and the time had come where they needed to push their fledgling Archipelago out into the water. I was delighted to be asked to be involved and given a pretty free reign to come up with some strong portrait photography that would help them get some press and help give them a little...

TenderScout Corporate Portraits
February 20, 2015

So Tony and his fledgling yet vastly impressive company TenderScout, had a sizeable launch this week. After comparing the flake of various croissants around Dublin he gave the nod to my old haunt at No.6 Kildare Street. I was in there last week shooting another event for press/PR, and before that was in shooting the interiors for the RCPI themselves. If i had to be familiar with a place this would be high on it. Pretty fine spot for seminars etc as...

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