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Standard Brands Sustainable Willow TV Ad

Here’s the final master of the 30 second TV commercial I shot with Guerillascope Ireland for Standard Brands about their use of sustainable grown Irish willow for use in their Irish Fire logs. Creative concept and production by Guerillascope Ireland. Three location shoot, including playing chicken between a drone and a combine harvester (not recommended!). […]

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CastlePark brings Scotch House to Market

Major redevelopment of Scotch House, 6 – 7 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2 into modern Grade A high-spec office block. Castlepark have just introduced their upcoming development, Scotch House. Castlepark are planning to redevelop the existing 1980s block into a modern, high-specification retail & office block worthy of its prime city centre location. It is proposed […]

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Lidl French Wines, Strasbourg, France

It’s that time of year again when Lidl hand-picks the best selection of French wines for it’s stores, come September. They again called upon Master of Wine Richard Bampfield to help choose the best range across a variety of grapes and prices. This year I traveled with the top wine & food journalists in the […]

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Alexion’s €100 million investment in Athlone

Alexion Pharmaceuticals has announced an additional €100 million investment in an expansion of its Athlone operations which will result in the creation of 50 additional jobs for Athlone. The new investment will bring total employment at the facility to more than 100 people. The investment will see the construction of a new biologics manufacturing facility […]

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Gaelectric Roosky Wind Farm Launch

Renewable energy and energy storage group, Gaelectric, has officially launched its ninth operating wind farm at Roosky, 2.5km south of Ballaghaderreen in Co. Roscommon. Roosky Wind Farm will generate sufficient power to meet the electricity needs of approximately 2,200 homes, contributing in CO2 savings emissions of c. 5,500 tonnes. The €9m wind farm is Gaelectric’s […]

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Gaelectric Leabeg Windfarm launch

Renewable energy and energy storage group, Gaelectric, officially launched its ninth operating wind farm at Leabeg, 6 km southeast of Ferbane in Co. Offaly. Leabeg is a 4.6 Megawatt wind farm comprising of two German-made Enercon wind turbines. It will generate sufficient renewable power to provide 12,000 megawatt-hours of electricity which is sufficient to meet […]

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NTR plc Quarry Road Wind Farm

NTR plc have recently installed their latest ‘single turbine’ project outside Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Consisting of a Vestas 250kw, turbine, it is the the most recent in a long line of single turbine projects the company has been building upon in Northern Ireland over the last few year. With the recent announcement of a €250m […]

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Sharp building development

McGarrell Reilly Group have just launched their newest development, the Sharp Building on Hogan Place, Dublin 2. Designed to revolutionise the historic heart of Dublin 2, The Sharp Building is a spectacular example of modern commercial architecture that will undoubtedly address and exceed the aspirations of any global organization. This exceptional landmark statement by the McGarrell […]

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New Car Trawler Website images and video

Car Trawler have just done a revamp on their website, with the help of Isobar Ireland. As part of the facelift, I was commissioned to shoot both photo and video of a mix of Car trawler staff at their HQ in Dundrum. For anyone who has ever been to their offices, it’s a little like […]

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Gaelectric Monnaboy Wind Farm, Northern Ireland

RENEWABLE firm Gaelectric has just opened its third wind farm in Northern Ireland, a four-turbine facility in Eglinton, Co Derry. The latest project at Monnaboy on Loughermore Mountain represented an investment of £16.8 million. As part of the pre-launch, I spent time on the wind farm near Eglinton photographing the site from morning till sunset, […]

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