I live on the farm where my mother and grandmother were born, in Ballybunion, Co. Kerry. My work encompasses photography, video, and growing vegetables. Living sustainably is very much to the forefront of all my work as a freelance photographer and videographer.

Living in Kerry on the Wild Atlantic Way, I find daily inspiration for using my camera. I always had a passion for photography since my youth. Over the last ten years I have decided to make Photography my profession. I completed a two year photography course at St. John’s College in Cork which allowed me develop my lifelong passion.

They say “that a picture is worth a thousand words”. Being dyslexic my camera gives me great comfort, knowing that I can tell story without ever having to write.

Having grown up in a rambling house with a rich tradition of storytelling, I particularly love social documentary photography as a means of telling a compelling story. I use the power of the still image to show a new perspective and bring greater understanding, equality, and empathy for the world we live in today. I like to capturie the everyday life moments: the people, places and events that make our journeys so special ???? to us all.

My approach is very honest and authentic. My down to earth nature has a way of making people feel instantly comfortable. I am always honored when people invite me to help them tell their story or record a part of history.

A Camera has a magical way of weaving people, the land and stories together.