I began my creative journey as a musician in a number of bands and musical groups. This introduced me to the process of creative workflow - writing; arranging; performing; recording; performing. 
In 2007 I found myself working on HBO’s WW2 mini-series The Pacific as a special abilites background actor. Inspired by the tentative experience in film making, I returned home to Ireland and enrolled in the Multimedia B.Sc. (Hons) at Dublin City University.
Since then, I have constantly sought to develop my visual storytelling craft through a variety of professional roles and experiences in film, broadcast, and commercial productions including: Assistant Producer; Assistant Director; Camera Department; D.I.T.; Sound Department; Assistant Editor; Stills Photographer.
I have performed post-production and promotional tasks on diverse projects including: Motion Graphics; VFX fixes; Web Design; Digital & Social Marketing. 
In 2012 I studied Screen Acting and Film Directing at Filmbase under JJ Harrington. This gave me a practical understanding of the craft of acting which is essential for eliciting believable on-camera performances.
My first short film Fat Freddie’s Drop was produced by Tonlegee Films in 2014. It appeared in competition at the Galway Film Fleadh (2015) and was selected into the Cannes Court Métrage (2016). It was broadcast on RTÉ Shortscreen in March 2016.
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