Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Skateboard Mag

Niall "NZA" Neeson got guest editor in the new issue of this legendary American skate Mag and they ran 2 of my photos as part of it... G'wan NZA! * (Please note this is not the actual cover of this issue) - i just liked it so i stole it from the interweb. Big thank you goes out to Ciaran O'Connor(check his skills here: scanning this and sticking a copy of it in the post for me as for some reason I don't think you can get it here in Eire anymore? Anyway go pick up a real life version and read NZA's lyrical flow... He got WORDS.


I was lucky enough to shoot the cover for the latest issue of THREAD magazine... You can see more about it here

Thursday, November 17, 2011


Shit Robot - Losing My Patience from DFA Records on Vimeo.

A few months back I was lucky enough to work with animation genius and kitten enthusiast Fergal Brennan on a music video for Shit Robot for DFA records.The song is called Losing My Patience, featuring Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip.

If you have a spare minute or twenty you should go have a look at fergals website:

Conceived & Directed by Fergal Brennan
Production: Graham Lambkin, Peter Symes, Elizabeth Brennan,
Stop-Motion Photography: Fergal Brennan, Jeannie O'Brien, Ian Pierce, Richard Gilligan

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Todd Webster R.I.P

I heard the sad news yesterday that an old friend from down under, Todd webster had passed away. He will be missed by all and remembered an amazing character who faced the world with open arms, a friendly smile and the nicest frontside ollie in the business... Thanks for looking after a young wide-eyed Dubliner lost in the lad of Oz. These photos of Todd are taken from the 2nd issue of Killing Time, a skate zine I made with my friend Bruce back in the days before blogs and mega-pretzel cameras. RIP mate. Thanks for all the inspiring times. (G.F.C)

Street poetry - New Orleans.

K FLAY - Tennesse - 2011.

A New York Minute...

Keegan Sauder - Dublin - New Years Eve 2006.

Jay Dords - The Killarney channel...

Just before Bruce The Ox moved to Munich he finished building this amazing ramp is his back-garden. Jay Dords was so hyped to put the finishing touches to it. He drove those blue tiles from Derry to Kerry and managed to convince his car legs to let him ollie the channel with the ease of a young Alan Peterson...