"Do We Not Laugh?" by the Loaded Dice Theatre Company at the Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire

Just wanted to share a few photos I took for the Loaded Dice Theatre Company and their production of “Do We Not Laugh?”, a re-imagining of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. I covered a photoshoot with them a few weeks ago and when I found out they would be performing in the Pavilion Theatre I was more than happy to volunteer and take some pics on the night for them. It was a wonderful night to be a part of and I did feel genuinely inspired by what I was seeing in front of me. I’ve always loved taking theatre photos and that made the whole experience even more enjoyable. Thanks to Charlotte, Lorna and Louise for allowing me to be a small part of the team and of course to the cast for being so confident and fun in front of the camera!

Sunday Business Post Magazine Cover April 29th 2019

Here’s the front cover pic for the recent Sunday Business Post Magazine that was published on Sunday. Really enjoyed getting to photograph the Irish National Youth Ballet, and it was great to be back in a performance based setting after my time in the Gaiety School of Acting and Smock. Having photographed all the essential photographs, I saw the below pair of shoes, and brought out the inner “artsiness” in me and took a quick picture, not expecting it at all to make front page, but for some reason it works really well!

The Belly Button Girl at the New Theatre May 2019

Some promotional shots below for The Belly Button Girl, the new play written by Tom Moran. Performed by Tom and directed by Romana Testasecca, you can find all the info you need for it on the New Theatre’s website here

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Fashion Shoot with CHS Villach Austria

Was surprised and excited to be asked to do a fashion photo shoot of an Austrian school that were coming to Dublin for a week on a language course. I’d never done a proper fashion shoot before, and when I looked at the quality of the imagery on the school’s website (you can find the cool imagery here ) I knew it wasn’t a case of just turning up with a camera and pressing click. The preparation paid off as we got two lovely days for the shoot, as well as having students who were very committed to carrying out the shoots properly. You realise too as a local, how beautiful Dublin can be when you take a step back and observe what’s around you. A lot of pictures were taken but I’ve included some of the photos below. Thanks to CHS Villach, especially Gerhard, Elisabeth and Barbara for all their help, as well as the students for being so committed and professional on both shoots.