Specializing in portraits/press photography for PR campaigns, TV, publishing, corporate & travel photography
Conferences, Corporate Events and Headshots, Lectures, Talks, Signings, Launches, Team buildings, Album Covers
Optimum Nutrition PR photography work and coverage of international exhibitions FIBO in Essen, Germany.
GRAMMY 2013 Awards PR coverage for GRAMMY, Los Angeles, USA
I worked as official Cinemagic Press Release Photographer during Cinemagic's films festivals in Los Angeles in colliding with the Oscars, Dublin, Belfast and London.
I created portraits of Cinemagic's patrons Liam Neeson, Pierce Brosnan, Julian Fellowes, Chris Cowey, Terry Bamber and many other inspiring people such as Sir Michael York and Hans Zimmer. My photographs got published in major media such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, LA Times, Belfast Telegraph, OK! magazine, Hello! magazine and others.
Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People is an award-winning charity that has been educating, inspiring and motivating young people for the last three decades, with international networks and a worldwide reputation for excellence in children’s and youth programming.
As the largest film and television festival designed for and by young people in the UK and Ireland around 40,000 young people (aged 4-25) participate in Cinemagic events in Belfast, Dublin, London, New York and Los Angeles each year.
Since it was established Cinemagic has engaged with almost 1 million young people. Cinemagic's film production projects have received international acclaim for their ambition, quality and reach.
Cinemagic embraces the magic of film, television and digital technologies and offers young people the chance to develop real skills, explore opportunities, and reaffirm their belief in what they want to do and their own ability to achieve it.
Cinemagic has recently produced two feature films, A CHRISTMAS STAR and GRACE AND GOLIATH; secured worldwide distribution for both films; developed award-winning “behind the scene” documentaries; produced over 150 short films; and supported hundreds of young trainees to secure work in the film and television industry.
Cinemagic Festival Belfast is funded by Department of Communities through Northern Ireland Screen, Belfast City Council, Department of Education and Skills and funded by Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
BTL Aesthetic PR photography work/coverage of a conference in London, England