Monday, August 20, 2012
My first book has just been published by the kind people at 19/80 Editions(http://www.1980editions.com/). It won't be available until early September but here is a sneak preview of the cover (shot in Warsaw earlier in the year). The work is the story of DIY home-made skateparks all across Europe and the USA. I've been working on it for the past 4 years and am so delighted with how it all turned out in the end...
Friday, August 17, 2012
Sunday, April 01, 2012
THREAD ISSUE 3
Featuring the work of Linda Brownlee,
Rich Gilligan, Sean Jackson, Liam Murphy,
Andrew Nuding, Johnny Savage, Gerry Balfe Smith
Special Private View: Thursday 5 April at 6.30pm
Exhibition dates: 7 – 29 April 2012
Gallery of Photography is collaborating with THREAD magazine to present its first ever exhibition devoted to fashion photography. The exhibition features exciting work by a new generation of photographers all of whom take a fluid approach to their practice, merging their personal subjective work with a range of other creative art forms.
THREAD is an Irish-produced fashion magazine that connects into the local, harnessing the myriad talents and considerable international experience of Irish creative people. As a way of celebrating the collaborative nature of this free publication, the Gallery of Photography has presented Thread with a white space to showcase these talents.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
I have this photo from my book out later in the year exhibiting in a group show in London tonight. From the looks of it I'm in good company! Some heavy hitters on the roster here... Huge thanks to John and Cosimo ay Labyrinth for all their help with my Prints over Christmas. These guys do such an amazing job. If you are in the London town click here for more info (http://www.labyrinthphotographic.co.uk/)
Labyrinth Photographic Printing will proudly mark its first anniversary of trading with their exhibition ‘A Year In Development’, dedicated to celebrating the continuance and diversity of analogue photography and traditional methods of print.
Founded by John McCarthy, Cosimo d’Aprano and Jeremy Ramsden, Labyrinth Photographic is a traditional film-based darkroom dedicated to the craft of fine printing. Their aim is not only to preserve printing skills but also developing new and bespoke methods to suit their clients’ creative requirements.
The salon-style show will pay tribute to the varied work of 50 of Labyrinth’s talented clients, displaying a selection of beautifully hand-printed photographs shot solely using film since the birth of Labyrinth a year ago.