Selection of recent motion and animation work
Conceptual illustrations for an article based on the topic of healthier masculinities.
Portraits for the intro sequence of the MTV EMAs 2018, emulating the styles of famous contemporary artists. Done while at Studio Moross in London.
Music video created for folk singer Brigid Mae Power. The song ‘Is My Presence in the Room Enough for you?’ details the singer’s tendency to drift off mid conversation with someone she’s not particularly interested in due to barriers of conformity and social structure.
The idea was to show Brigid’s consciousness represented as an abstract form moving slowly through dream-like landscapes and eventually returning to the real world, signalling her emergence from a daydream.
The video was directed, illustrated and animated by myself over the course of several months.
Art Direction and Illustration for a series of ads poking fun at modern camera tropes for the Camera Repair Centre.
Winner - ICAD Silver Bell - Print & Display Category 2018
Award of Excellence - Communication Arts 2018 Advertising Annual
Music video and artwork for the London band's debut EP as well as animated visuals for their live shows.
Illustration for a new premium whiskey from the Midleton Distillery, aged in Irish Oak Barrels from the Bluebell Forest of the Castle Blunden Estate in County Kilkenny. the project involved creating two styles of illustration to suit both colour printing and etching as well as designing print collateral and general art direction for the packaging.
Design for Dublin Digital Radio show Anú Review.
Collection of animated offcuts
Illustrated map for Discorder Magazine, complete with compass record player and a gramophone sea monster.
A global campaign for Green Spot Irish Whiskey. The project involved a refresh in style for a centuries old Irish Whiskey brand, placing great emphasis on telling the story of its unique past.
Hand drawn illustrations exploring the history and folklore of the Irish Traveller community.
Artwork for a podcast documenting creativity in Dublin.
This print was made as part of the Damn Fine Print 2017 exhibition Culture: A Visual Snapshot of Now.
The piece is entitled 'Gan Dóchas', which means 'without hope' in Irish. It's a social commentary on the homelessness crisis in Ireland.
Limited edition run of 30 risograph prints on Cairn Straw Cream paper.
Works in oil on canvas – 2019