Wednesday, August 11, 2010

DOMINO...










Finally got my hands on the new Villagers record which I shot some of the artwork for. The album is really great as is Conor's hand drawn artwork. I've been a huge fan of domino records for a long time now so getting to work with them was a really nice experience. A hefty portion of my c.d collection growing up featured plenty of domino gems that have really inspired me so here's a few classic domino album covers for your viewing pleasure....

G.T.F...





New indoor spot in Dublin from the tweaked out mind of Graham G1... (Keith Walsh casually killed it for a few photos).

Front Mag UK...


They ran this article featuring a photo of a pal of mine, French which we shot one COLD winter morning in Glasnevin cemetery a few years back when the gravediggers was my local.

Katie Kim N.Y.C 2009...


This was shot one very hungover morning by the east village, new york in April 2009 with Katie Kim, an amazingly talented Waterford born singer. you can hear her soothing voice here: http://www.myspace.com/dancekatiekimdance.

"Rat's Dad" - Burnside. 2004.


Rat was a skater I met briefly during the time I spent shooting a documentary project in Burnside. He was on a restraining order and had one of those tracker devices on his ankles which he seemed really proud of. His Dad worked as a painter in the area and would often stop by the park on his way home after a hard days graft. I had wanted to shoot a portrait of him for ages and this was the only night i shot with him. He seemed like an good, honest, hard working man. The portrait I shot ended up being one of my favorite photos from the whole project.

ASH STYMEST....


London Squat. 2008

Snowy Brew Kills It....

It's not that common in rural Ireland that you just happen to stumble upon a fully fledged handrail session in a small schoolyard in deepest darkest Wicklow. Myself and the ox were driving by to check out the new Arklow concrete park a while back when in the corner of my eye I thought I spotted a blondie lad attacking this rail.... We pulled over and turns out there were about 10 lads fully going for it on this beast. Goodtimes.