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 the year mainly involving debates and discussions with high profile guests. This year saw the honorary patronage medal being awarded to film director Martin Scorsese. Thanks again to the Phil for the opportunity to shoot them. Check out some of  my favorite photos below. The rest can be seen on the Phil’s Facebook page here.

 

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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 beaming down and the crowd were ecstatic throwing the colours in the air and at each other. Trying to get shots off was challenging but all part of the fun! Still trying to get the colours out of my hair and camera haha…

I’d love to get to India some day for the real deal! Pray to Vishnu.

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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 wonderful models from TFS.

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Trinity economic forum

It was great being involved in shooting part of the Trinity economic forum 2017 with TEF.

The Saturday opening talk at the Science gallery Dublin was on fraud in economics and was given by William Black (Economist & former bank regulator). This was followed by an interesting and heated panel debate on Trump and his economic policys. Lastly, Dr. Stephen Kinsella (Economist, Journalist, Deputy Chair of the HEA (Higher Education Authority) and consultant to the Bank of England) gave an insightful talk titled ‘Small states in the age of Trump’. Really well run event and a pleasure to be involved. Click in and check out some of my photos from the event below.