10 February 2016

From the archive: Nuba mountains

Yusef Idris lays in a bed at Gidel Hospital, recovering from severe burns caused by bombardments by Sudan’s Army warplanes in the village of Al Kanyard. Two of his brothers and his aunt died during the attack.



28 January 2016

From the archive: Holocaust survivor

Tomi Reichental, an 80 year old Holocaust survivor, poses for a picture at his house in south Dublin, Ireland. 

Mr. Reichental, who was taken by the Nazis to the notorious Bergen-Belsen concentration camp as a nine-year-old boy, has lived in Dublin since 1959 and regularly talks to Irish schools about his experiences in the concentration camp during World War II. 

He is the author of the book, I Was A Boy In Belsen.



25 January 2016

From the archive: Egypt failed revolution

As the fifth anniversary of the Egypt's revolution approaches, here's a photo taken during clashes between protestors and police in central Cairo in 2011.



23 January 2016

Tearsheets: Irish education in NY Times

The latest story I have work on for The New York Times made the front pages of the European and AsianInternational editions of the paper.

The story, titled 'Catholic Church’s Hold on Schools at Issue in Changing Ireland', was written by Douglas Dalby and can be seen HERE.





22 January 2016

On assignment: Education in Ireland

A man walks by a statue of the Virgin Mary in Sandyford, Dublin. Photo taken on assignment for The New York Times.



05 January 2016

Joining CAPTA collective

It is with great pleasure I share the news that I’m joining CAPTA, a collective of very talented and passionate international photographers, reporters and editors.

Check out the collective's website to see some latest work produced by my colleagues and I.



19 December 2015

From the archive: Japanese fishermen

A group of fishermen from Togura, recover nets at sea near the small village of Minami Sanriku in Miyagi prefecture. Togura, a small fishing village in Minami Sanriku, was vastly destroyed by the 2011 tsunami that hit the northeast coast of Japan. Thousands died and hundreds of families lost their houses, business and boats. The recovering community works now in a cooperative system where the few remaining boats spared by the tsunami are shared by all.



23 November 2015

From the archive: Burundi independence day

Burundian Army during a rehearse for Independence Day celebrations at Burundi’s National Stadium in Bujumbura.



22 November 2015

From the archive: Syrian refugees in Jordan

Two syrian refugees walk by an hangar used as communal kitchen at Mrigb Al-Fuhud refugee camp, also known as Emirates-Jordanian camp, 20 kilometres east of the Jordanian city of Zarqa.



17 November 2015

08 November 2015

On assignment: Irish design

A glass cutter works on a Waterford Crystal piece at J. Hill's Standard workshop in Dungarvan, Waterford. Photo taken on assignment for Icon Magazine.




20 October 2015

On assignment: Travellers tragedy

Hundreds of people gathered at the scene of a fatal fire in Carrickmines in Dublin for a candlelight vigil. Candles were lit and placed alongside the floral tributes at the entrance to the halting site where the ten people died.



18 October 2015

On assignment: Candlelight vigil

A child lite a candle as hundreds of people gathered for a candlelight vigil at the scene of a fatal fire in Carrickmines, Dublin. Hundreds of candles were lit and placed alongside the floral tributes at the entrance to the halting site where the ten people died.



15 October 2015

On assignment: Carrickmines fire

Hundreds of people gathered at the scene of last Saturday's fatal fire in Carrickmines in Dublin for a candlelight vigil. Hundreds of candles were lit and placed alongside the floral tributes at the entrance to the halting site where the ten people died.