09 December 2016

On assignment: Trump's Irish wall

Local councillor PJ Kelly, listens to consultant engineers at Trump International Golf Links and Hotel in Doonbeg, presenting a second proposal for the construction of a wall, which would be covered in sand and invisible to the public, to prevent coastal erosion that in recent years have caused destruction to the resort’s golf course.

Photo taken on assignment for The Wall Street Journal.



08 December 2016

On assignment: Loop Head lighthouse

An attendant opens the door to Loop Head Lighthouse, a new tourist attraction in County Clare.

According to local councillors, US President-elect Donald Trump’s business presence in the county is bringing more tourists to the isolated region of the west coast of Ireland.

Photo taken on assignment for The Wall Street Journal.



24 November 2016

On assignment: Doughmore Bay

A local man exercises his horse at Doughmore Bay, a public beach neighbouring Trump International Golf Links and Hotel in Doonbeg, Ireland.

Mr. Trump's company in Ireland is involved in planning dispute over the construction of a 3kms wall along the public beach to protect the golf resort from erosion.

Photo taken on assignment for The New York Times.



11 November 2016

On assignment: Protesting housing crisis

The reflection of people taking part in a protest march against the ongoing housing and homeless crisis in Ireland, and demanding the government to declare a national housing emergency, can be seen on the window of a local social club in central Dublin. 

Photo taken on assignment for The New York Times.



05 November 2016

On assignment: PSNI Chief Constable

Mark Hamilton, who leads Britain’s hate crime policy for the National Police Chiefs’ Council, at his office at the Police Service of Northern Ireland headquarters in Belfast. This portrait was taken on assignment for The New York Times.



04 November 2016

On assignment: The Street Bar of Edinburgh

A member of Edinburgh University LGBT students association stands outside in The Street bar, one of the most prominent gay venues in central Edinburgh. The gay scene in Scotland’s capital city have bloom in recent years. Photo taken on assignment for The New York Times.



02 November 2016

On assignment: Brexit talks

A delegate arrives at the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit in Dublin. Photo taken on assignment for AFP - Agence France Press.



29 October 2016

On assignment: Google HQ

Google’s European headquarters, centre, as seen through a construction mesh at the Grand Canal Dock in Dublin. Photo taken on assignment for The New York Times.



16 October 2016

On assignment: Scottish drag queen

Drag queen Nancy Clench looks at herself in the mirror after finishing the transformation in a hotel room in Glasgow, Scotland. Photo taken on assignment for The New York Times.



05 October 2016

From the archive: Ukrainian soldier

An Ukrainian soldier sits inside a military vehicle blocked by a group of pro-Russia activists preventing an army convoy to pass in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk in the Donetsk region.



03 October 2016

From the archive: Cairo protests

People carry an injured protestor during violent clashes with the security forces in central Cairo on November 23, 2011.



26 September 2016

From the archive: Child prisoners

A child inmate is seen walking inside a communal cell at Juba Central Prison. The prison accommodates dozens of inmates with ages between fourteen and eighteen years old, many charged with murder and theft.



21 September 2016

From the archive: At the church

A South Sudanese man attends mass at a church in central Juba, hours after South Sudan was officially declared an independent nation.



From the archive: Before independence

A picture of South Sudan President Salva Kirr is seen in a door of a house in a neighborhood of Juba, the day before South Sudan become an independent nation.



20 September 2016

From the archive: Donetsk shelter

A local resident sits in a bomb shelter in the basement of a destroyed hospital in Kievsky District in Donetsk on October 21st, 2016.

Kievsky was at the time one of the areas most affected by the fierce fight between DNR rebels and the Ukrainian military over the control of the city airport.

Throughout Donetsk, there were people living in very basic shelters and under constant shellfire for several months. Many of them without electricity, humanitarian aid or a chance to move to safer areas.



14 September 2016

On assignment: Brexit and Ireland

View of Carlingford Lough, a glacial fjord or sea inlet that forms part of the border between Northern Ireland to the north and the Republic of Ireland to the south. This photo was taken on assignment for The New York Times.