National Museums Northern Ireland commissioned some new work for the cover of their new ‘what’s on guide’, which will be making its way to thousands of homes very shortly. The selected location was the blacksmiths cottage at the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh. The shoot had to show a family activity and capture the [...]
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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 [...]
Today is the unveiling of the new look for the Grand Opera House. It has undergone a major rebrand at the hands of Whitenoise Design Studios with a newly designed season programme along with an updated logo. The Grand Opera House wanted to bring the focus back to its awe-inspiring main auditorium designed by Frank [...]
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 [...]
The Survitec Group required photography of the protective clothing used by the pilots who fly the new Joint Strike Fighter. This includes ‘g’ - protection in the form of anti - ‘g’ trousers and chest counter which controls the pilots flow of blood and prevents them losing consciousness and a range of cooling and thermal [...]
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.
Latens required new staff portraits and coverage of the company being presented the Queens Award by the Lord-Lieutenant of Belfast Dame Mary Peters.
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 [...]
Belfast City Council required new photography to showcase the ongoing development of the Titanic Quarter. This involved documenting the construction work at the signature project as well as the finished apartments and Citi building.
Jones Lang LaSalle commissioned two large prints to be permanently displayed in one of their buildings situated on Bothwell Street, Glasgow. The prints were required to fill the blank space between two pillars in the reception area and to become a focal point. This allowed me to produce my largest prints to date each measuring [...]