Architectural photography for Visit Dublin on Suffolk street. Visit Dublin on suffolk street is a visitor centre for tourists. The centre provides information for all those interested in finding out about Dublin. It also offer some information of tours outside of Dublin and in the rest of Ireland. Its primary focus is on Dublin City and the greater Dublin Area. The photography shows of the space completed recently as part of a commercial fit-out contract. The design is clean and spacious with the multiple display screens used to create a bright and vibrant environment.
Interior photography for HKR Architects at MSD Ireland ( copyright images, all right reserved).
This project was for a corporate client in the transport industry. Specific images of infrastructure and people formed part of the brief, it was produced over a two day period using natural and artificial lights .
The images show grit-blasting of a bridge in Carlow, the blasting was commission to clean the steelwork prior to painting the bridge. The photographic idea was to create an interesting industrial scene by using artificial studio lighting. The portraiture was completed as part of their brochure photography which involved photographing people and locations across Ireland including Dublin, Cork and Carlow.
Industrial Photography at Croke Park for J.S. McCarthy Cork . The steeplejacks in the images were used to paint all of the steelwork in Croke Park Dublin all of the steelwork was sandblasted prior to painting.
Industrial Photography for Quinn Group Annual Report. The report was photographed in Northern Ireland and the republic of Ireland covering many of the Quinn Group factories and premises. The company continues to use the images today for their marketing and promotional material for the construction industry.
Institute for Advanced Studies Sam Stephenson photographed for Archival Purposes for DoCoMoMo Ireland
Rectified photographs of Strand cinema North Strand D1 Dublin by Dixon McGavier Architects . The Strand Cinema north Strand. The facade was retained into the construction phase. The photographs were used for archival purposes.
Industrial Photography CLG
Franklin Andrews Sutton Dart Station http://www.franklinandrews.com/