Earlier this year I won a Sony World Photography Award for my image – Turning the Buddha. I managed to borrow a black tie and make it to the London Hilton Park Lane in time to be presented with a full frame, mirrorless Sony a7ii. Although usually a Nikon man, this is a great camera, fantastic in low-light and half the weight of my Nikon.
The WPO have interviewed me a couple of times and featured a couple of blogs on me and my work.
“I would describe my photography as an expression of my journey to understand certain aspects of the human condition – aspects that deeply move and inspire me and that I hope through my images move and inspire others…”
“I consider myself a storyteller – a national characteristic of the Irish I think. I’ve worked in the film industry for many years as a writer and director, but what I particularly love about photography is all that I need to do it is a camera and a subject…”