This work explores the world of gay online dating apps and how casually gay men expose themselves physically to others though photo sharing online and the long-term impact it has to ones relationship to their physicality.
Taken during a Summer spent in New York, this work deals with the anxiety of being in a new place, finding your own identity at odds with your surroundings and the struggle to live up to expectation.
A series exploring the healing process of trauma
Made twenty years after I had open heart surgery, these images reflect how the surgery has enabled me to live my life but also how it has impacted me.
The series also reflects on the fragility of life in general.
This series looks at the conflict between my identity both as an Irish person and how my identity is influenced by colonal factors and influence.
It explores the the perception of Irish “millenials” by older generations and the common misconceptions associated with that perception
Made on a three day workshop in County Mayo, this work explores the sometime discouraging experience of navigating through queer social circles and queer relationships and how it can stunt one’s growth and self esteem.
Created when I was turning eighteen, Phase is a work which reflects on the naivety and confusion of one’s teenage years.
It explores how these emotions and feelings are only temporal and part of the process of growing up.
A continuation of my 2013 work “Phase”, this series deals with turning twenty one, and reflecting back on what has happened in the three years since turning eighteen, as well as looking forward into adulthood and how to be ready for it.