Born in Ireland
Lives and works in the UK
MA in Fine Art (Photography Dept), Royal College of Art, London.
BA(Hons) in Theory & Practice of Visual Arts, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London.
BA in Photography, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dublin.
The Secret Life of Things, BCA Gallery, Bedford.
Photographing Girls, Viewfinder Gallery, London.
Decommissioned Camera Series & other works, Gallery of Photography, Dublin.
Behind the Scenes, Ard Bia Gallery, Galway.
Make Love to the Camera, Gallery for One, Dublin.
Through A Glass Darkly, Office of Public Works, St. Stephens Green, Dublin.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Shelf, Peckham London
COVET, Plan 9, Bridewell street, Bristol
Exeter Contemporary Open, Exeter Pheonix Gallery, Exeter
Sale, The Royal Standard, Liverpool
The Cover of a Book is the Beginning of a Journey, Arnolfini, Bristol
Nuit de l’Europe, Arles Photography Festival, France
Embedded, Gimpel Fils, London
In Our World: New Photography from Britain, Galleria Civica Commune di Modena, Italy.
Medium, Yorkshire Arts Space, Sheffield.
First Sudden Gone the One, First Sudden Back, Peckham 133, London
Transform - Format 06, Derby Photography Festival, Derby
PLUG, White Space, County Hall Gallery, London
Schema, curated by Carrie Levy, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York
Metropolis Rise: New Art from London, curated by temporarycontemporary, Shanghai and Dashanzi International Art Festival, Beijing, China
The Show, Royal College of Art, London
Hermeneutics, The Pool, Curtain St., London
Blind Date, temporarycontemporary, Deptford, London
Asia-Europe Foundations (ASEF) BizArt Art Centre, Shanghai, China
Tonight, curated by Paul O’Neill, Studio Voltaire, Clapham, London
From London, Young International Photographers,
European Parliament Offices, Brussels, Belgium
Interim Show, Royal College of Art, London
Hybrid, curated by artLab, Imperial College London.
To Be Honest, curated by Steven Bull, Brighton Photo Biennial 2003,
The Phoenix Gallery, Waterloo Place, Brighton.
The National Gallery, curated by Grant Watson & Vaari Claffey
The Return, The Goethe Institut Inter Nationes, Dublin
Dawn ‘til Dusk, curated by Mairead McClean, The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London.
Flawed Idyll, Ashley Gardens, Bethnal Green, London
Year, Curated by Martin Clark & Mark Dickinson, Lenbachhaus Museum, Munich.
Dramatic Events, George Rodger Gallery, Kent
PUBLICATIONS, CATALOGUES AND REVIEWS
Feature: SeeSaw Magazine, Issue 11, Winter 2009
Feature: 1000 Words Photography Magazine Online, Jan 2009
Exhibition review: Artmonthly, by Marcus Verhagen, p 31, Issue 319 (Sept 08)
Catalogue, In Our World, New Photography from Britain, p 102-111
Exhibition review: The Guardian Guide, by Robert Clark p37 (Feb 9, 2008)
Exhibition review: The Irish Time, by Aidan Dunne (June 5)
Exhibition review: The Ticket, by Aidan Dunne p 24-25 (Feb 2)
Exhibition review: Source, by Siun Hanrahan, p 56-57 Issue 52, (Autumn 2007)
Published work, White Collar Magazine, (Summer 2007)
Catalogue, Metropolis Rise: New Art from London, p 104-105
Exhibition review: Feint Magazine, by Vari Claffey (Dec 2005)
Published work (Cover) Radical Philosophy, Nov-Dec 2005
Catalogue, Brighton Photo Biennial 2003 essay by Steven Bull,
Published work, Circa Magazine, p 58 Issue 103
Published work, Radical Philosophy p 24 & 28, Issue 114.
Published work, Everything Magazine p 40, Issue 3.4
COMMISSIONS, AWARDS & RESIDENCIES
Arts Council England, Funding for Individual
St. Austell Southwest Artists Award, Exeter Contemporary Open, Exeter Phoenix
Artist in Residence, Bedford Creative Arts Gallery, Bedford
Artist in Residence, The Edward James Foundation, West Dean, Surrey
Travel and Mobility Award, Arts Council of Ireland
Gallery of Photography Artists’ Award, Dublin
Photography Commission to celebrate 125thAnniversary of public access to St. Stephens Green, Dublin, Office of Public Works, Dublin.