My central concern lies in exploring transitional spaces, those in-between places where architecture, landscape and the built environment often intersect, and where a dialogue – of absence rather than presence – is created. My practice is driven by explorations of these charged, shifting entities – buildings that have come to the end of their functionality, the changing functionality of a landscape, history and human interruptions in the landscape – that exist in urban, rural and suburban contexts.
Glucksman Gallery, Remote Photo Festival, Sirius Arts Centre, Belfast Exposed, Format Photo Festival, Paris Photo, PhotoIreland, ParisPhoto, Landeskrona Fota, PhotoHof Salzburg, Somerset House London, Crawford Art Gallery, Nim Gallery Beijing, Gallery of Photography Dublin, Photo Biennale Thessalonika Museum of Photography, Doneil Gallery London, Carlisle Photo Festival, Archisle, Ku Gallery Beijing, Copenhagen Photo Festival, Bozarts, Centre for Fine Arts Bruxelles, Fotoweek DC Washington. Irish Pavilion, 8th Architecture Biennale Venice, Rencontres d’Arles, Kaunas Photo, Singapore Photo Festival.
Department of the Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht Award 2020, Remote Photo Prize 2017, RAC Photo Award 2016, Solas Award 2015, The Europe Now Award 2012, Syngenta Photo Award (section winner) 2013, Scopio International Photography Award 2012, Arts Council of Ireland Bursary 2010, ACI New Work Award 2008, E.U. Eyes on Japan Laureate-2007, The AIB Arts Prize-2003 amongst others (see CV)
BBC, Irish Times, Wired, British Journal of Photography, Places Journal, Prism Magazine, Photoworks, Landscape Stories, Fotozao, A Curator, Scopio, Archivo, Lensculture, ACMV, New Landscape Photography, Lenscratch amongst others (see CV).