I have worked as a freelance photographic artist for over fifteen years. Alongside my personal practice I also teach Photography & Contextual Studies at Plymouth College of Art.

My photographic work varies in its approach, but primarily I have an interest in culture and people, which I believe comes from growing up in Ireland. Culture and identity is strongly instilled in Irish people from an early age, and in me that has resulted in a fascination with people, and how they live their lives.

I feel that the medium of photography is ever changing and I try to avoid labelling my work into a specific genre. As my life progresses so do my interests,  and as a result the type of images I create changes. One of the beauties of the camera is the fact it can alter your viewpoint and approach at any given moment.


(2011) MA Photography & The Book, University of Plymouth

(2008) PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education), University of Plymouth

(2004) BA (First Class Hons) Photomedia & Design Communication, Plymouth College of Art

(2003) Plymouth College of Art, HND Photography & Electronic Imaging, Plymouth College of Art

(2002)City and Guilds Photography, Plymouth College of Art

Exhibitions - Talks

(2012), Observations, Public talk about personal work in conjunction with Corinne Day Exhibition, Plymouth College of Art 

(2012) 'Intersections', Peninsula Arts, University of Plymouth

(2011), Observations of American Life, Theatre Royal,Plymouth

(2008), Then Again, Plymouth College of Art

(2007), Regard, Plymouth College of Art

(2004), Modern Primitives, The Treasury, Plymouth

Using Format