I graduated from University College Dublin with a BA Hons Degree in English. In 1998, I moved to London and started a career in Marketing and Communications, a field that I still work in today. I am currently studying photography at The Open College of the Arts.
My photographic work focuses on the relationship between the hidden side of conflict and the land as witness. Inspiration comes from many sources, but I consider myself to be a documentary photographer who tells stories through the use of narrative and the landscape.
Photomonth Open (2016) featured a selection of portraits from Volunteer and Islanders.
Powder at The Royal Gunpowder Mills in Waltham Abbey.
Portraits at Gallery 320 Bethnal Green, London, a group exhibition part of Photomonth East London.
Photomonth Open (2015) at Rich Mix part of Photomonth East London.
Another Place Magazine featured Powder in September 2015.
Open College of the Arts Course Prospectus featured Firing Chamber from Powder.
Open College of the Arts advertising campaign (2015) featured Firing Chamber from Powder in industry media including British Journal of Photography and Advanced Photographer.