Wedding Photography, Event Photography, Street Photography among others

Hi and welcome to my occasionally updated blog. Possibly a bit more than usual during the Covid 19 Lockdown
The topics here will be as varied as the photography allows.

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Simon

Wedding Photography Weddings From Only €679 2019/2020/2021

August 31, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
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Top 5 Tips For Hiring a Photographer For Your Wedding or Event in Dublin

March 04, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Top 5 Tips for Hiring an Event or Wedding Photographer in Dublin or Ireland So you have an event or wedding in Dublin and need a photographer. What do you do? Google and hope for the best. Well here are my 5 top tips for what to do when looking for a professional wedding or event photographer in Dublin. If you have time after reading below ple...
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Limited Edition Fine Art Photograph to Commemorate 40 Years Since Elvis Presley Died

August 01, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
On August 16th 1977 Elvis Presley died at his home Graceland in Memphis Tennessee. He was just 42 years old. For half of his life he was probably the most famous person on the planet. Now 40 years later he is still instantly recognisable and part of our popular culture. In Ireland only this year the National Lottery started using his song "If I Can...
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From Elvis Presley Boulevard Memphis Tennessee

July 05, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
So time to leave New Orleans managing not to get murdered or arrested. Apparently there are 27 other cities in the world that you are more likely to get murdered but number 28 was as dangerous as I was willing to go for the moment. Anyway, it was off to Memphis, home of the Blues, Beale Street, Sun Studios, Elvis and Graceland. Where to start? Aft...
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Singing and Dancing the Blues in New Orleans

June 18, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
So after a day of being immersed in the French Quarter of New Orleans it was time to be immersed in some music and some bourbon. To Bamboula's 514 Frenchman St we went. There was a kicking three piece Blues band playing in the corner. The beer was flowing and the music was pumping. The main man was playing to the crowd and encouraging people to ge...
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New Orleans Dixieland Jazz at Halloween - USA Travels Pt 2

June 11, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
So American Travels Part 2 After a few days visiting friends in Mobile and before heading to Memphis we stopped a few days in New Orleans. It was Halloween and from all accounts New Orleans is a party town at the best of times but Mardi Gras and Halloween are extra crazy. It didn't disappoint. All day every day the streets were filled with people...
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Some American Travels - Part 1 - Montgomery Alabama

May 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Last year I was able to visit some of the southern states of America in the run up to the Presidential Election. After flying into Atlanta, Georgia the first stop was Montgomery Alabama. In 2016 it was a very quiet town but it has a remarkable history. From 1954 to 1960 Martin Luther King Jr was the pastor in the Baptist Church on Dexter Avenue (Pi...
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Some Street Photography

May 28, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Hello Back from a few days in the London. Wandering up Portobello Road on a Saturday when the Market is there is an experience. Lots of people especially when the sun is shining. Some more photos to follow but here's one to kick things off. If you click on the photo it will open up the gallery.
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Other Hamburgers are Available

September 24, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
So how many times have you been here late at night??
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The Hags with the Bags

September 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
One of Dublin's iconic statues and Ireland's ability to not take itself too seriously. The Hags with the Bags on Dublin's Lower Liffey Street, just over the hapenny bridgeon the north side of the liffey. I think this image captures how the role of women in Ireland has changed over the decades.
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Carcassonne, France

September 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Back from a few relaxing days in Carcassonne in the South of France. Very laid back city with loads of history and only a direct flight (from everyone's favourite airlaine) away:). The locals were very helpful and friendly. So much so my dreadful french wasn't an issue. I'm sure my French teachers would be either hanging their heads in shame or lau...
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New Website Design

July 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Hi all Well, I have been locked away in a darkened room for many nights revamping the website. (Sometimes scratching my head like the little guy on the left) The work is finally done. It is now easier to navigate and should be overall a more enjoyable experience. If you have a few minutes please come and have a look around. Click on the picture be...
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Glendalough June 2016

June 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Well to get away from all the Brexit & Trump craziness a trip to Glendalough was called for. Took a few pictures to try and soak up the peacefulness. Yep been hanging around graveyards again!! You can click on the picture below to see the rest of the gallery. I hope you enjoy them.
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2nd Saturday Market at The Chocolate Factory

January 31, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Delighted to be taking part in this market in the Chocolate Factory, Kings Inn St, Dublin 1 on Saturday 13th February. Will have some new and interesting prints both framed and unframed for sale on the day. Check out there event page https://www.facebook.com/events/558523377646648/564824810349838/ Hope to see you there:)
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Eric Clapton 70th Birthday Shows at The Royal Albert Hall

May 29, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I was lucky enough to get tickets for these shows. Eric has been saying for a number of years that he will retire when he is 70. He looked like he was having a lot of fun at these shows so it's kind of hard to believe but you never know. The Royal Albert Hall is always a fantastic place for a gig and didn't disappoint. Click on the image below to...
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