Some of my darkroom prints of Dublin are on exhibit at the Black Apple cafe till the end of this week (Sunday 17th of May), along with the Photowalk 2014 group exhibition I organized for the 2015 Harold’s Cross Festival. I also have exhibitions in the Harold’s Cross Park Noshington cafe and Brick House. Drop in if you get a chance!
As part of this year’s 2015 Harold’s Cross Festival (6-10 May) I’m delighted to have some of my photographs exhibited at two group exhibitions at the Noshington and Black Apple cafes in Harold’s Cross. This is one of the photographs I have at Noshington’s from today, and the Black Apple exhibition will be up from tomorrow. The images on exhibit are mostly of photographs taken by participants on the Photowalk I organized last year for the Festival. I also have an exhibition at the Brick House as part of the Festival, which will run for the whole month of May.
Very excited to have an exhibition at The Brick House cafe, as part of the photography events I’m organizing for the 2015 Harold’s Cross Festival this year. ‘Lost and Found… upon the Ground’ is a duo exhibition with Mary O’Neill and will be in the Brick House from today 1st of May till the end of the month.
I’m delighted to have an exhibition up at the moment at Fontana Cafe, 21 Camden Street Lower (upstairs). ‘Black and white Dublin’ is an exhibition of my earlier black and white digital work and also features some of my latest darkroom prints of my film photographs of Dublin. The exhibition will come down on Saturday 25th of April so make sure to pay it a visit before then if you’d like to see it! Many thanks to Morris Film Photo for organizing this exhibition and many others at the Fontana Cafe!
I am extremely grateful to the team of Read That Image to have given me the opportunity to produce my own handmade photobook of my ‘Five streets’ project in their recent workshop. I’ll have the book on display at my stall in Fusion Sundays World Culture Market (Dublin Food Co-Op, 12 Newmarket Square) this Sunday 12th of April (11am-5pm). Come in and have a look!
I recently printed some black and white 35mm film photographs of Dublin in my home darkroom and the prints will be for sale at the Ha’Penny Flea Market – The Grand Social (35 Lower Liffey St, Dublin) on Saturday 31st of January (from 12 till 6). And if you’re interested in joining the street photography course I’ll be teaching in the Darkroom at Block T from Tuesday 3rd of February (more info here), you can come into the market and I’ll be happy to give you firsthand information about it there! (To register for this course please email email@example.com.)
I’m very excited to be teaching a street photography course as part of the film and digital photography courses offered by the Darkroom at Block T. This course is aimed at all those who wish to shoot urban scenes and everyday life on the streets of Dublin. You will learn the best camera settings for different lighting conditions, focusing techniques, tips on composition and much more! More info here. Next course will run over four consecutive Wednesdays, starting on Wednesday 20th May. To book and for more info please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’d like to find out more about my street photography you can read what was said about me when I was listed as one of the 25 inspirational ladies of street photography (worldwide) in this blog, and you can also read my feature interview in issue 20 (April 2015) of the Inspired Eye magazine, which also features one of my photos in the front cover!
I’m delighted the Block T Darkroom has selected this photograph of mine, along with other work from the Analogue 2 exhibition by Block T students, to be on show in Third Space Cafe till the 6th of September. I took this image in Dun Laoghaire in February 2014, as part of my Five streets project in 35mm black and white film. It was hand printed by myself in the Block T Darkroom on Fibre Based paper and is a first print of a limited edition of 30. The 12 x 9½ inch is in a 30×40 cm frame and is for sale for €120, 25% of this amount going to local charity Capuchin Day Centre who feed the poor on 29 Bow street.