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I kick started 2013 with a trip to NY where I photographed selection of fantastic restaurants for a food feature in the February issue of Aerlingus’s inflight Cara Magazine. Here is a link to the online version of the magazine.
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Metro UK: Cocktails in Care Homes

This is exactly how it reads.

Nick Lander, Financial Times writer, recently published a book on his favorite restaurants around the world. I photographed him and one of the featured restauranteurs in his book, Hazel Allen, for the Financial Times magazine published Saturday 8th September.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/2c015fc6-cc34-11e1-839a-00144feabdc0.html#axzz25tOzClIU

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For this feature I spent the day with Matthew Orlando, Noma’s head chef, as he explained his recipes to the chefs at Claridges for their Olympic pop up restaurant.

This feature was published in the Financial Times magazine on the 14th July 2012.

Here is the article online: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/4874fc62-cbb7-11e1-911e-00144feabdc0.html#axzz20bLEQjDj

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One or the four Craft & Pride videos for this years Movember creative. Special thanks for Charlie Doran for editing and Parhelia for the loan of the music. Three more to come.

I was a small piece of the puzzle for Niki & the Dove’s album Artwork, but a piece non the less. I photographed the tiger mask.

This is Barry’s Tea community box 2011, featuring my portraits of Barry’s Tea drinkers shopping in Super Valus all over Ireland.

My new book Raw Materials is part of collection on view in Filmbase, Dublin as part of PhotoIreland Festival. Next week it will on display in Belfast as part of the Belfast Photo Festival. If you’re nearby pop in and take a look.

You can view the book online here: http://www.blurb.com/books/2239731

For details on the other books on show follow this link:

http://2011.photoireland.org/program/open-call-2011/

The YMCA was established in 1844 in central London. Unfortunately the original building was destroyed during the Blitz but today on it’s foundations is the Central YMCA community gym with over 6,000 members of which I am one.

For the Summer advertising campaign I photographed a cross section of the membership, from the creche to seniors clubs. It was a fun project. The images will be displayed in the windows, on the web and in the London Underground stations in central London.

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