Little video I shot and cut promoting the popup Explorium museum at Arnotts.
I shot and cut this wee video of the IRC’s wonderful thank you event for direct provision students and their sponsors. In Ireland asylum seekers are prohibited from working. A dysfunctional system can see children excluded from higher education, waiting for many years for an asylum claim to be processed. Despite often having come through the primary and secondary system, these kids are treated as ‘foreign’ students, and face fees of many thousands of euros if they wish to access third level education. The IRC have created a fund to help send some these very talented young people (as well as adult learners) into further education. Research shows that further education not only helps increase economic mobility, but also cultural integration. If you’d like to donate to help this incredible scheme, you can find more info here.
Shot this short video while recording podcasts for US company Intertrust, at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Shane Connelly, who was one of the guiding lights in Exchange Dublin; recently started a project creating short video portraits of Dublin cyclists. I’ll be shooting and editing eight of these brief portraits, while Shane carries out the interviews (and handles all the thankless organising!). The idea is to humanise cyclists in the face of mounting evidence that drivers do not see us as fully human. Cyclists are often depicted as hordes of lycra clad fit young men, but this doesn’t reflect the diversity of cycling road users in the city.
We’re still actively seeking participants, particularly from underrepresented communities. More info here – http://cyclistsofdublin.com/
I directed / edited and co-shot this video for Dublin band Shy Mascot. Previously we’d worked together on the video ‘Pardon Me‘.
4 Lights, the new single from Dublin band Shy Mascot. All the incredible moving shots were carried out by cameraman Sean Bond on his electric skateboard. The video stars the incredibly talented young actor, Lorcan Strain, who recently guested on Game of Thrones final episode.
The video was inspired by my experiences working as a delivery cyclist on the dangerous Dublin city roads during my masters degree.
Director – Gareth Stack
Starring – Lorcan Strain
Costume / Design – Francis Galligan
Action Camera – Sean Bond
Camera – Gareth Stack
Lighting Assistants – Greg O’Reilly, Fearghal O’Mahoney
Producer – Stephen Dalton
Late State Capitalist – Aidan O’Sullivan
Human Horse – Shane Conneely
Background artists – Nicole O’Connor, Greg Young, James Van De Waal, Dave Rowe, Kyle Cheldon Barnett, Niamh Reddin, Ellen Mee, Michael Marshall, Kevin gibbons.
Special Thanks – James Galvin, Cian Brennan
I shot and edited this advertisement of Ellie Kisyombe, and asylum seeker standing in the 2019 Dublin local council elections. Previously I’d worked with Ellie on videos for her amazing ‘Our Table‘ initiative.
I helped shoot and edit this video of NCAD’s 2019 Fashion grad collections, alongside Fiach O’Neill of design consultancy M.CO.
I shot and edited this video for the Irish Design Awards from Institute Designers Ireland. The ceremony was held in the EPIC museum in Dublin this January. Was a chance to roll out some fun oscars style tracking gimbal shots!
Recorded at the Happy Days International Beckett Festival in Eniskillen in 2014. This brief interview with composer Gavin Bryars was carried out as part of a report on the festival for the Irish arts programme Culture File.