I am a photographer and filmmaker based in Ireland. My work is split between personal projects that focus on themes of human agency and citizenship, and commercial work that concentrates on people (much of this work is available to view over at Stills & Motion). I use stills photography, and increasingly also turn to short film to achieve my goals.

My interests in human agency and citizenship have led to completing a part-time degree in International Studies and I use this academic grounding to inform my camera-based projects.

My recent work has been included in festivals and awards: The Gnomes, a short film about a group of young men who transformed a disused area of DCU into a functioning farm was included in the 2020 lineups for both the Fastnet and the Still Voices Film Festivals, and my portrait of British poet Lemn Sissay was shortlisted in the AOP Awards 2020.

In 2023, in collaboration with Cineál, my Threading Place project launched as part of Culture Night as an outdoor exhibition over three sites in Wicklow Town. I am currently working on the post-production of a short film about a man called Anthony who is from the Liberties in Dublin.

This film is the story of a person who, from absolute rock-bottom and on the brink of destruction, found the courage and fortitude to build a new life around beekeeping, art and community.

I welcome conversations about new opportunities and am always happy to discuss my work.