“The Wall” is a wall overlooking the N11 dual carriage way between Bray and Greystones in Glen of the Downs, Co.Wicklow, Ireland, visible coming south. In the past referred by some as the “IRA Wall” due to the nature of the slogans, particular in its early days. As a kid (80s-90s) the graffiti was updated more often and was more political, with much of todays being about austerity and local topics.
Kerry, Ireland. Most of this set are on and from the beautiful Valentia Island, one of my favourite places. A few shots are along the Dingle Peninsula on the way to Dunquin along the Slea Head drive. Some stand out views from Kerry include the wonderful Skellig Islands and the brilliantly named Sleeping Giant - Greater Blasket Island.
Hardcore, punk and oi in Ireland. 2000-2020
A collection spanning 20 years of Irish hardcore, punk and oi bands.
Long exposure shots of all sorts, landscapes, seascapes, Wicklow Mountains, Irish Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Copper Coast, city. Natural light fighting artificial light.
Hardcore, oi, punk - Through the Lens
Another collection of hardcore, punk and oi bands, this collection bands that played Ireland, including Sick Of It All, have Heart, Band, Cro-Mags | FVK, No Turning Back, The Old Firm Casuals, Cock Sparrer and loads more.
Fashion & Portraits
Fashion and portrait shots from the studio and out on location.
Basically my back yard, the barren and cold Wicklow Mountains, 45 minutes from Dublin city centre, one of my favourite places to go for a spin, weather permitting a few times a month unless the snow is too deep! And of course Glendalough is on edge of them just below the Wicklow Gap.
A collection of protests in Dublin from 2003 - 2019, protesting war, fascism, and lots of austerity.
20 Bulls Each
I spent over 10 years with these lads, two US tours, a Polish one, and loads of Irish gigs. Driving, doing the door, selling merch, and grabbing some shots over the years.