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UFC fighter Conor McGregor portrait Straight Blast Gym/Dublin, Ireland 02/13/2016 SI-206 TK3 Credit: Deirdre Brennan
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton at an exhibit of the artist Red Grooms at Heckscher Museum of Art, 2 Prime Avenue, Huntington NY  11743-7702. Photo by Deirdre Brennan
The Wall
A series of street portraits celebrating the colour and character of Dublin’s Liberties. “The Wall” was a long term project spanning two years inspired in part by the work of American Photographer Mike Disfarmer and the aesthetic of a Beckett Play.The photographs were taken against the same strip of grey wall at the intersection of Carman’s Hall and the famed Meath Street located in the heart of the Liberties area with its vibrant market area serving the local community. It proved to be the perfect spot, allowing me to meet local people. The double yellow lines facilitated my ability to set up my tripod on the road to take full length portraits. All these small details were essential elements in finding the perfect backdrop for my project.I would like to thank everyone who so graciously stopped to have their photograph taken. The children, adults and some of the best behaved dogs in Dublin. I have heard the most wonderful stories and snapshots of Dublin history standing on my unique corner of The Liberties over the past two years. These photographs were taken using medium format colour negative film and my late Father’s 645 format camera.
The Wall
A series of street portraits celebrating the colour and character of Dublin’s Liberties. “The Wall” was a long term project spanning two years inspired in part by the work of American Photographer Mike Disfarmer and the aesthetic of a Beckett Play.The photographs were taken against the same strip of grey wall at the intersection of Carman’s Hall and the famed Meath Street located in the heart of the Liberties area with its vibrant market area serving the local community. It proved to be the perfect spot, allowing me to meet local people. The double yellow lines facilitated my ability to set up my tripod on the road to take full length portraits. All these small details were essential elements in finding the perfect backdrop for my project.I would like to thank everyone who so graciously stopped to have their photograph taken. The children, adults and some of the best behaved dogs in Dublin. I have heard the most wonderful stories and snapshots of Dublin history standing on my unique corner of The Liberties over the past two years. These photographs were taken using medium format colour negative film and my late Father’s 645 format camera.
The Wall
A series of street portraits celebrating the colour and character of Dublin’s Liberties. “The Wall” was a long term project spanning two years inspired in part by the work of American Photographer Mike Disfarmer and the aesthetic of a Beckett Play.The photographs were taken against the same strip of grey wall at the intersection of Carman’s Hall and the famed Meath Street located in the heart of the Liberties area with its vibrant market area serving the local community. It proved to be the perfect spot, allowing me to meet local people. The double yellow lines facilitated my ability to set up my tripod on the road to take full length portraits. All these small details were essential elements in finding the perfect backdrop for my project.I would like to thank everyone who so graciously stopped to have their photograph taken. The children, adults and some of the best behaved dogs in Dublin. I have heard the most wonderful stories and snapshots of Dublin history standing on my unique corner of The Liberties over the past two years. These photographs were taken using medium format colour negative film and my late Father’s 645 format camera.