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I grew up loving film.


Whether it was going to the cinema with friends or DVD nights with the family, movies were always a great source of enjoyment and education for me. But it was only in my mid 20s that I decided to pursue film properly as a career.


I originally studied Theoretical Physics in Trinity and went on to do a Masters in Strategic Management in UCD Smurfit Business School. During my masters I wrote and directed my debut short film 'Not with a Bang But a Whimper', which screened at a festivals around Ireland in 2015. It was an experience that taught me so much and I immediately knew I wanted more.

After my masters, I took a job as a Strategic Planner in the advertising industry. It seemed like a good mix of scientific analysis and creativity in the realm of storytelling. However, throughout that time, I found myself drawn back to the idea of making films.

So I got in touch with a few production companies, and they were kind enough to give me some work. I began learning first hand what it takes to produce professional film, tv, and commercial advertising.

My second short film, 'Man to Man', premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh, 2017 and was selected for festivals around Ireland as well as internationally, receiving the O'Kalem Award for Best Short Film at the Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival as well as an Audience Award at the Chicago Irish Film Festival. My two recent shorts, 'Cut-throat' and 'Down The Road' have also played at festivals worldwide to great reception. The latter is a Gold Medal Winner at the Spotlight Documentary Film Awards.


Having been awarded a literary bursary from the Irish Arts Council, I am currently developing a feature film script. I am also pitching a TV series to whoever will listen! 


For the last two years, I have been Head of Film in RichardsDee, a brand and design agency based in Dublin. My background in strategy and production, combined with my creative appetite, helps facilitate a complete service, from concept to execution. I'm delighted to regularly collaborate with Widescreen, Avondale Studios, SoundSpeed, Emberlight, and Outer Limits.

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