Inside the Art – An Irish Man’s Diary – Dingle Peninsula


Ireland isn't exactly famous for its warm inviting tropical waters. However the depth of colour in our oceans in parts of the west provide great material for photographic Irish art. The Dingle peninsula is one such western location. Before the image below was photographed we had spent nearly a week with my Dad and my ...

IPPA Awards Night Video


Here's some footage that Brian Maclochlainn put together in conjunction with Corin Bishop from the awards ceremony a few weeks. Really nicely done by the lads and it gives a great flavour of the big night. Click through to see the whole video. Hope you enjoy...Peter

We Still Love Slide Film..


Neither myself nor Dad really shoot slide film anymore but we both still love it. It’s a little bit like enjoying the distinct sound of vinyl. Yes, it has is deficiencies. It’s become inconvenient, over priced and difficult to master. But I have to say it still looks great. It has a look of its ...

Some Photograph’s from the IPPA Award’s Ceremony


A few photograph's below form the Irish Professional Photography Awards last week mostly with IPPA President Gareth Byrne. Thanks to Gareth and everyone else involved in the awards program at the IPPA especially Mick Quinn and Robert Allen. The lads have done a really great job on the IPPA program. Thanks to John Ohle for ...