Working with Esther at Type AB Consultancy we went off to Sheffield to photograph the Continental Market for Market Place Europe. Market Place are the people who organise everything from the stalls and where the market goes next and are the guys to thank for the beer tents at Belfast City Hall over Christmas !! [...]
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The Ulster Flying Club helped me out with a Survitec photo-shoot earlier in the year by allowing me to photograph on one of their runways. In return I recently dropped by to document the activities of the club so that the images could be use for promotional purposes etc. I’ve never been up in a [...]
Summer is here and it provided the perfect opportunity to create a mini stock library for the people at CAFRE. They required a collection of images that showcased the fantastic gardens, nature trails and horticulture department at their Greenmount Campus.
I have to admit that it wasn’t the most stressful job ever, walking around in [...]
Belfast City Council required images of the Belfast skyline to be used in a report. This involved spending a lot of time on different rooftops including the Europa Hotel, Obel Tower and the Hilton.
Carrickfergus Borough Council asked me to take advantage of the recent snow and document the town’s main attractions. Very thankful for four wheel drive while travelling up to Knockagh Monument, but well worth it. I was greeted with this early morning view of Belfast.
I’ve eventually got round to posting a few images of a recent trip to Iceland. A breathtaking country, where you can literally see the landscape changing in front of your eyes. The images above are taken around Jökulsárlón lagoon on the southern coast of Iceland. Here, enormous icebergs break from Breiðamerkurjökull glacier as it retreats [...]
Northern Ireland Tourist Board required images of ‘Spooky’ locations to promote Halloween activities in Northern Ireland, where better than an old graveyard, in fact Belfast oldest, Friar’s Bush. The graveyard possibly dates back to pre-Christian times and behind the arched gothic gate lodge is the famous Friar’s stone and the mass grave of hundreds of [...]
NITB required images of Leon’s Enchanted Garden, an event held in the Botanic Gardens. The gardens were brought alive at night with floodlit trees, performers and at the centre a larger than life magic show.
I’ve recently been appointed to the framework that provides photography to the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. This is a fantastic opportunity and I’m looking forward to working with the NITB over the next year. First up is a shoot showing a group of walkers on Black Mountain and the sweeping views over the city of [...]
A new body of work looking at fresh ways of portraying Carrickfergus, specifically the promenade, allotments, public art, marina and the new leisure centre.