I have had a camera in my hand since I was seven. An Agfa with a cube flash and 110 film.

How times have changed, I am now on my tenth Mac and sixth digital camera. But the goal is still the same... to produce beautiful photographs of the highest technical standard and in a style, which is modern yet timeless.

I am based in Dublin, Ireland but have worked in Europe and for American companies.

Since graduating from the Dun Laoghaire College of Art & Design, I worked initially in the commercial design industry and is now an award-winning photographer working on a range of projects including landscapes, figures, portraits, private commissions and commercial work.

My work has appeared in a range of publications including The Star, Irish Tatler, Sunday World, Weddings Irish Style, The Irish Wedding Diary, The Examiner and Evening Herald. The quality of my work has been recognised by industry awards such as IPPA Best Fashion Portfolio 20102, IPPA Avante Garde Portrait Image 2008, IPPA Pictorial Image 2008, SWPP & BPPA Portrait Photographer of the Year 2007.

I believes photography should be treated as an art form and it requires thought and skill to produce an original quality print.

• Best Fashion Portfolio 2012 - IPPA
• Awarded Third Place in the Landscape Category of the FEP European Professional Photographer of the Year Awards 2010.
• Awarded Associateship of IPPA in May 2008.
• Avante Garde Portrait Photograph of the Year 2008 - IPPA
• Pictorial Photograph of the Year 2007 - IPPA
• Overseas Portrait Photographer of the Year 2007 - SWPP & BPPA
• Spring winner - Kodak Photographer (Portrait) of the Year 2002
• 7 Diamond, 51 Gold and 79 Silver IPPA Awards for Portrait, Fashion, Landscape, Open Art & Wedding photography since 2002
• 18 Gold SWPP & BPPA Awards for Portrait, Landscape, Fashion, Glamour & Wedding photography since 2006
• Exhibited twice in the The Red Stables, Dublin
• Exhibited in the Association of Photographers, London
• Fashion and portraits published in The Irish Wedding Diary, Weddings Irish Style, Love & Marriage, Sunday Independent, Irish Tatler, The Star, Evening Herald and Sunday World