October 2020. I’m delighted to have two projects shortlisted for the Institute of Designers in Ireland Awards 2020. The garden installation I designed for Dublin City Council at Richmond Barracks and the Donor Recognition Wall at Trinity Business School are both shortlisted under Structures and Spaces.
June, 2020. I was delighted that A Walk, a garden installation I designed for Richmond Barracks has been included in the 100 Archive’s selection for 2019.
June, 2020. The Dublin Docklands interpretive signage highlighting six sites of interest along the River Liffey has been included in the 100 Archive selection for 2019.
Oct, 2016. I recently returned to my alma mater, the Institute of Art, Design + Technology, as a visiting lecturer. It was my first time teaching so I was a little daunted by the prospect but the support and warm welcome eased me into it. The experience encouraged me to consider my own process and […]
Jan, 2016. Delighted to begin working in Coworking Les Galeries, a beautiful coworking space in the historic Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert in central Brussels. Les Galeries Royales is also home to the Museum of Letters and Manuscript and Taverne du Passage, called the Café des Arts until 1892, the meeting place for painters and writers of […]
Mar, 2015. My new business cards continue the theme of my website, giving each project a coloured pattern. They are mini-cards, the same size as a Parisian Metro ticket. Rather than handing a random card to people, I ask them to chose a colour, giving me a little insight to their tastes.
Feb, 2015. My illustration of Sandycove has been featured on the cover of LeCool Dublin this week and includes an interview with me… Who are you and what do you do? I am a graphic designer from Dublin, where I worked for the last 10 years before moving to Paris last summer. I studied Visual […]
Oct, 2014. I recently became a member of Coworkshop, a communal workspace in the 10th beside Canal St Martin. It’s a very central location with lots of nice shops and cafés, a great bookstore and of course the canal itself. It’s a friendly professional environment with meeting rooms, printing, coffee and all other office-needs.
May, 2014. I built my new website from scratch using css and jquery, it was a steep learning curve and I’m happy with the outcome, particularly how all the element fade in and out.
May, 2014. I have recently moved into this beautiful office above the International Bar on Wicklow Street. It is a beautiful space with high ceilings, bay windows and lots of light.