I love what I do and photography has always played a big part in my life. As a young teenager I started out with rock concert photography and I took my camera along to shoot bands that came to visit Dublin. Some of the earliest gigs I attended were spent photographing groups like New Order and U2. After each concert I could hardly wait to develop the shots in my home darkroom. The whole process of taking the photos, developing and then printing proved to be a fantastic introduction to the world of photography.

During the nineties I studied interior design and graduated from Griffith College Dublin in 1996. After college I spent time working as an exhibition stand and display designer and also as a design and interiors consultant. I even got to design my own collection of contemporary furniture in 1998. During this creative period I always had my camera on hand to photograph finished projects. My first real photography job came in that year (1998) when I shot portraits of classical composer John Kinsella for his first cd.

I'm a member of the Irish Professional Photographers & Videographers Association ( IPPVA ) and some of my recent clients have included companies like Specsavers, Calvin Klein, White & Green, Bluebird Care and the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland. My work has appeared in publications like The Irish Times, Architectural Digest and Image Interiors & Living magazine. I offer a professional and creative photography service and my studio is available for product and portrait photography. I can also travel to your business or event for location work. As a creative photographer you will have all the benefits of my combined experience in photography, design and styling. Please contact me if you would like to receive a quotation for your project or event. My studio is located in Johnstown, Naas, County Kildare. You can find my contact details over on my 'Contact David' page.

 One of my first slr cameras!  While I love working in digital photography there is something really special about those old film cameras.

One of my first slr cameras!  While I love working in digital photography there is something really special about those old film cameras.