Award Win :)


We won the overall Best Short Film Award of the Underground Film Festival. Well done to all involved, such a great team on this and so much fun making it.
I’ll probably forget some people.
Gemma Doorly – Director, Ronan Murphy – Producer, Stephen O’Halloran – Production Designer, Michelle Lucy – AD, Eric Ryan- Sound, \Ciaran Hurley – Gaffer, Kevin De La Isla O’Neil – Editor.
The Cast – Tony Murphy, Bairbre 0’Toole, Susan Barrett and everyone else.

Oh yeah, and I was Director of Photography.



Short & Feature Film News, Festival Screenings & Awards

Lots of news about films I recently shot!

First on, Urban Traffik (dir. Jason Figgis, Prod. Bank House Productions) will screen at the Underground Cinema Film Festival Dublin on 11 September at 1.15pm . Details here.


Another film screening at the same festival is “Little One“, Starring Clelia Murphy, Directed by Ferdia Mac Anna and produced by Richard Kearney. “Little One” was also shown at The Transylvania International Vampire and Arts Festival a few months ago. Pretty cool for a vampire short. 🙂 Come see it on 9th September at 1.30pm. Tickets here.


Another short screening at this festival is “The Fireman and The Nurse” (9th Sept 11.00am, tickets). Starring Bairbre O’Toole and Tony Murphy. What was great about this is half of the crew met on a Filmmaking Course in The Irish Film Academy a few years ago, Director Gemma Doorly, Producer Ronan Murphy, myself as DP and Ciaran Hurley on Lighting.

Check out this article about the film in Film Mayo.



In other news,  Darren Travers won best actor at the Starburst Film Festival in London for ‘Don’t You Recognise Me?‘ which I shot. Directed by Jason Figgis and produced by Bankhouse Productions and also feature myself in there being scared to death for most of the running time. 🙂

I also shot 3 short films for The Irish Film Academy: Strangers, Fine and Be Happy. Strangers was shown in the student showcase of this years Galway Film Fleadh!

Still from "Fine", IFA

Still from “Fine”, IFA

In June I was B-cam operator on a video for Cycle Ataxia. A charity cycle for a great cause. I got to shoot from the top of a crane that had been used in Game of Thrones. Ok, not a big deal, but I’m taking it. 🙂

Anthony Downes was A-cam operator and editor.


Last but not least, I have recently been added to the team pages of the Bank House Productions site and the CB Media site. Check it out!  and
And finally, for any GAA fans, check out this video on which I was one of the camera operators!

Electric Picnic and Edinburgh Fringe Fest 2016 – News

Had a blast filming at the Electric Picnic for Dublin Ukulele Collective. Check out the music video above which I edited with myself and Anthony Downes on camera duties.



Earlier in August I performed as Frank in “Beryl” at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival with At Large Theatre Company.

Frank, a sensitive loner, is haunted by the memories of his past. Driven by an urge to overcome these, he avails of the private cross-dressing services of Beryl. As their stories unfold, both characters must unmask themselves before the other and the true purpose of their meeting becomes clear. As both characters face painful truths about their desires and fears, a final revelation brings their conflicting energies to a dangerous point until there can only be space for one inside Beryl’s rundown bedsit.

Great summer trip!


On stage in “Beryl”