• Free Market Event Exhibition Photography Castleblayney Co.Monaghan 4-7th July 2019

    Free Market joined the Muckno Mania festival Castleblayney to celebrate a weekend of family fun. The exhibition was opened at a special public launch on July 4th. Free Market the Irish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale installed the exhibition pavilion outside the Hope Castle Gate Lodge. The exhibition pedestrianized the public market space. Vox Pops, Guided tours, and Townie Scavenger Hunts ran for the duration of the exhibition.



  • Construction photography for MDY construction Ireland Reddy Urbanism And Architecture Architects Ballymun Housing

    Construction Photography for MDY construction Ballymun Dublin Ireland

    A beautiful sunny day in Ballymun for MDY construction , showing the buildings ( literally) in their best light. These images were photographed directly after PC so that the quality of finish was evident.

    Tendering for new projects is the daily work of any modern contractor. Frequently, it is the subtle things like the quality of corporate imagery that distinguishes one candidate from another. For the best imagery the general practice is to photograph at or close to P.C. ( Practical Completion).  For  construction photography we use a variety of specialist equipment to ensure the reliable results.


  • Architectural Photography for Hussey Architects Dublin,

    Hussey Architects HSE Navan Road

    Hussey Architects HSE architectural photography . The HSE primary care centre on the navan road was completed recently and require Architectural Photography to show the extend of the design and the quality of materials and urban layout.

  • exhibition record photography mermaid arts centre

    Imlíne Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh Mermaid Arts Centre

    Fri 3 Apr – Sat 23 May 2015

    Text from Mermaid arts website: Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh is a Wicklow based artist whose work displays an intuitive engagement with the processes of painting and art making. Her solo exhibition at Mermaid Arts Centre, Imlíne, will comprise of solidly structured, richly coloured paintings in which she examines the language and processes of painting. These visual statements hover between abstraction and representation. They vaguely represent or resemble landscape, various types of structures and natural phenomena. Sinéad’s compositions range from the visually dense to austerely minimal and come in closed and open formats – with or without a painted surround that can suggest a window, a frame, a stage surround, or even a story board.

  • Architectural photography of Visit Dublin Andrew street

    Visit Dublin Architectural Photography

    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.