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About Me

Where I have come from.....


I grew up in Greystones, Co.Wicklow, Ireland and although I have lived away from home at times, for the moment, I have gone back to my roots!


What I have done....


I moved to study Professional Photography in Edinburgh, Scotland. This is where three years were spent developing and enhancing my skills. Throughout this time, I gained keen interests in studio work, documentary projects and location photography and enjoyed putting my own flare to these fields while still capturing the main focus of the subject.


After college, I took a year to travel around the world. This allowed me to work on travel photography, something that I now have a bug for! I have a great passion for seeing new places and trying to capture other lifestyles and environments in an image.


After traveling, I came home to study Fashion and Image Styling. With a Diploma in this field, it allows me to tie it in with my fashion photography. Being able to style fashion photo-shoots allows me to be more involved whilst cutting out a middle man.


Throughout studying and traveling, I have been working as a freelance photographer on numerous projects from weddings to product photography to briefs that have sent me as far afield as India.


My Style......


Photography is about taking an image that reflects the subject matter in its true form. With this in mind, I like to keep the post production to a minimum. When I am taking an image, I'm looking at the textures, shapes, space, lines, always trying to give the viewer a new way to view something, whether it’s a broken umbrella lying on a footpath or a couple who have just agreed to spend the rest of their lives together.


Why do what I do.... 


Every project is different - different setup, different people, different outcome - it’s exciting. No two days are the same, and I love the diversity of it. Being creative is in my blood. I love the feeling of designing a project and following it through to an end result no matter how big or small the challenge may be. 

“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.” – Imogen Cunningham

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