Seven months, three four-day sessions, six masters and sixteen international guest speakers — this was #VIIMasterclassBerlin! It was amazing to be part of it.
I am very happy to be selected for 'Regarding the Hispanic Word' exhibition as a part of this year's PhotoIreland Festival.
"The show Regarding the Hispanic World at Instituto Cervantes Dublin will present works by these 22 photographers; they have captured social, political and cultural elements and themes linked to the Hispanic world in Ireland and abroad."
The Japanese Film Festival 2017 was officially launched in the Lighthouse Cinema Dublin on the 5th of April. I was so happy seeing my photos of the Nippon GAA team on display.
Thank you to the Embassy of Japan in Ireland, access > CINEMA, and the Light House Cinema for this opportunity.
The Japanese Film Festival is back for its ninth year!
During the Film Festival, The Lighthouse Cinema Dublin is often decorated with Japanese art and objects. I am pleased to share that I have been asked by the Embassy of Japan in Ireland to exhibit some of my photographs of the Japan GAA team during this year's festival.
I am extremely happy to be selected for the Reclaim Photography Festival's travelling exhibition.
My print from the Hurling project will be exhibited in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, May 6-21, and in Wolverhampton Art Gallery May 23-Jun 7. All prints from the exhibition will be auctioned in support of St Basil charity.
Additionally, another three images from the same project have been chosen for a special display at the Black Country Living Museum, on Saturday 6 May 2017
I am extremely happy to learn that I was accepted to VII Masterclass 2016/2017. Between September and March I will have an opportunity to learn from Stefano De Luigi, Ashley Gilbertson, Jocelyn Bain Hogg, Maciek Nabrdalik, Chris Morris, Tomas Van Houtryve, and many guest editors and photographers. During these seven months I will work on a project 'The Other' which will be supported and monitored by one of the masters.