You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at a picture for a second and think of it all your life ~ Joan Miro

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I have photographed many events for various different organisations in particular in the non-profit sector. Having spent several years working in the non-profit and charity sector, I have an excellent understanding of the powerful impact an image can have for an organisation. Strong imagery is an excellent way for an organisation to document what its vision is about and a good way of raising awareness and highlighting impact to its supporters.

The gallery above is a sample of some recent events I have captured for different organisations and causes:

– Pieta House – Darkness into Light Events. (2013-18(
– The Institute of Public Health Open Conferences.
– Solas Project’s Christmas Fair, College Awareness and Volunteer Award Ceremony.
– Run a Muck, fundraising event for St. Dominic’s Community and Response Project.
– Tallaght Alcohol and Drug Taskforce’s annual Christmas Tree of Hope and
– International Volunteer Manager’s Day run by Volunteer Ireland & Volunteer
Centre, South Dublin County.
– Connecting the Dots Festival at the Bloom Fringe organised by Blooming Bunting.
– Temple Street Women’s Mini Marathon  2016, 2017, 2018
– Launch of Cartoon Saloon’s ‘Ben & Tara’s Visit to the Hospital’ –  the stunning animation
film created for Temple Street Hospital’s little patients.
– Temple  Street’s Annual’Support Your Colours Ball’ sponsored by Mercury Engineering.
– Information Session on Fundraising and Grants, hosted by South Dublin PPN & Clann        Credo.
– Leinster’s Supporters Appreciation Day 2018

Other Organisations I’ve collaborated with recently:

  • Dublin Society of Prevention to Cruelty to Animals.(D.S.P.C.A)
  • South Dublin County Public Participation Network (PPN)
  • Irish Theatre Institute (ITI)
  • Volunteer Ireland

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