Fire juggling

Had great fun shooting these images in front square the other week. It was a cold and miserable evening but watching the glow come from the fire as it was spun around was spectacular. The jugglers were really talented. It can be tricky to get the correct shutter speed when shooting images like these. You... Continue Reading →

Back out and about

Well, I haven't posted here in a while as I've been adventuring over the summer and have been busy with some other projects of mine. It was really great to get out with the camera in nature for the first time in ages. Lot's of beautiful natural things to photograph all around. Some of my... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh botanic gardens

Possibly one of the most beautiful, diverse well kept gardens I've been to. So much to see it was information overload. The highlight for me where the giant redwoods they have plants there from the 1800s. Also the massive greenhouses. Walking through each of the different greenhouses microclimates was so interesting. Seeing the coffee plants... Continue Reading →

Beltane fire festival Edinburgh

This ancient Celtic festival marks the changing of the seasons in an Iron age ritual of performance and lighting of the ceremonial Beltane bonfire.¬† Set on Calton hill in Edinburgh, a procession of different characters paraded and performed around the hill. There was wild dancing, drumming and offerings made to the different characters involved. The... Continue Reading →

Trinity campus bird walk

For Trinity week I went on a guided bird walk of the campus. I had literally no idea there were so many different varieties of birds on campus. All the trees and hidden gardens create a microcosm for the birds to thrive in. Normally you just see the cheeky Seagulls trying to knick people's lunches... Continue Reading →

The Phil 332nd session AGM shoot

Really fun to shoot the members of the 332nd sitting of the Trinity college Philosophical society. The Phil is the world's oldest college society having been founded in 1683. The society is steeped in tradition and is housed in the oldest building on campus the GMB (Grand memorial building). The society runs many events throughout... Continue Reading →

Glendalough

Had the pleasure of helping organise a tour of¬†Glendalough in Co. Wicklow with the Trinity college photography society (DUPA). The tour was in conjunction with The light hunters who gave us all tips and tricks to get the best shots on the day The national park has two main lakes, many waterfalls and historic early... Continue Reading →

Festival of Holi

It was so much fun to shoot the celebration event of Holi in front square in Trinity College Dublin on Monday. This Hindu Festival represents the coming of spring, victory of good over evil and Love. It's an ancient Hindu festival and is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. The sun was... Continue Reading →

Fashion magazine shoot

Absolute great fun to shoot for Trinity Fashion magazine the other week. The wonderful KT O'Neill was providing pointers and tips to everyone involved. Playing around with the Light and different angles was interesting and I got a few decent shots in the end :p . Shooting was in the Geology Museum building with the... Continue Reading →

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