I've been a creative mind since I could hold a pencil. I started out as a kid drawing pets, which then over the years translated into portraiture. This love for art has born me into photography and cinematography.

I love capturing peoples beauty through my work. A lot of my clients have felt like they're not photogenic, but all they needed was a nudge in the right direction.

Through combining fine arts into my work, be it body paint, face paint, props and outfits - my aim is to captivate my audience with memorable, thought provoking imagery like it was taken from a movie.

This cinematic photography style feeds directly into my passion for filmmaking. I have had the pleasure of working on film sets as crew in a number of roles, building my way up to Director of Photography.



As you can see the offered services are hugely varied. While I try to narrow down the pricing best for your convenience, if you don't see a package suitable for your needs - don't hesitate to reach out and I will do my best to tailor a service to your requirements.

How do you photograph weddings?

I love being by your side to help you before your wedding day. You will receive a guide to help you organize your day photography and video wise, the best moments for the couple's photos, the different lights etc. On your wedding day, I want to capture the feelings, the mood, the emotions, the calm and crazy moments and all the details that make your wedding unique.

Where are you based and do you travel?

I am based in Co. Cork, Ireland and I love to travel! If you would like me to capture your story, travel expenses are covered in the wedding packages. If you are after other services and you are outside of Co. Cork, extra travel expenses will have to be incurred.

When will we get our photos?

Your will receive an online personalised gallery link with all your photos within maximum of 6 weeks. You can download all the photos from the gallery but also share them, choose your favourites, and also order prints!

“It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.”