Moonstone Film Makers Lab
Assistant to Breege Rowley.
Assistant to Breege Rowley.
Writer/director, 7 minute short funded by The Irish Film Board/The Arts Council/RTE and BAI.
'After You' was completed in June 2012 and has so far screened at: Kerry Film Festival (WINNER BEST ANIMATION), Annecy Film Festival, Galway Film Fleadh, Darklight Film Festival, Martha’s Vineyard Int Film Festival, Cork Film Festival, Cinekid Professional Amsterdam, Clones Film Festival, Libelula Spain, Lighthouse Cinema, Fingal Film Festival 2013, Animated Exeter 2013, Dingle International Film Festival 2013 CINEQUEST 2013
Synopsis: Eli O’Dowd, a doorman at Dublin city's finest hotel, has lovingly opened his door since 1928. One day, much to his horror, Eli sees the city’s newest arrival…
Storyboard Revisionist across three separate television series: Octonauts Series 2. Henry Hugglemonster (Disney) The Adventures of Peter Rabbit (Nickelodeon).
Retakes Supervisor on a new animated series “Doc McStuffins.” The show is being executive produced by Chris Nee, directed by Norton Virgien and produced by Brown Bag Films for The Disney Channel. The role involved working with the animation teams (in house and overseas) to complete retakes to directors requirements, locking edits, overseeing quality control and allocating out relevant resources to fix any issues, liaising with the overseas client and ensuring episodes were completed to schedule. Currently, Doc McStuffins” is American TV’s #1 Series for children.
Associate Producer: 'Whose Art Is It Anyway?' - Documentary examining art funding in Ireland. Broadcast on RTE. Produced by Wildfire Films.
Praise for 'Whose Art Is It Anyway?':'Pick of the Week' Sunday Times. 'A terrific documentary' The Herald.
'Informative and genuinely entertaining' Irish Independent'TV not to miss' Irish Examiner
Off-line Editor (FCP) on The Octonauts. 52 x 10 min episodes.
The Octonauts was adapted into a 51 episode television series. Using CGI animation, it was co-produced by Chorion and Brown Bag Films for CBeebies (a BBC television channel for the 7-and-under range) where it first aired on 4 October 2010. It has since been shown by the French TF1, Spanish (for Brazil and Latin America Discovery Kids, Irish (RTE 2) and Australian ABC channels. The Octonauts will have its US premiere on the Disney Channel in January 2012.
Off-line Editor (FCP) on Olivia Series Two. 26 x 11 min episodes.
Olivia is a British-American children's animated television series produced by media company Chorion and based on Ian Falconer's books. It is seen on Nick Jr. in the US, Milkshake!, Nick Jr. in the UK and Ireland, and Playhouse Disney Channel in Latin America and Brazil, Treehouse TV in Canada. Nickelodeon renewed Olivia for a second season which premiered on November 21, 2010.
Off-line Editor (FCP) on new series of Noddy. 52x10 min episodes.
Vision Mixing, Racking, Rigging, Camera.
Director of numerous racing events including:
Five day Irish National Hunt Festival Punchestown.Irish Grand National.
Networks include: At The Races. SIS. RTE. Channel 4.
Writer/Director/Camera on advertisements and in-house viral campaigns.Editor corporate videos. Liaising with clients.
IFTA Nominated Short.
Financed by RTE/Arts Council/Film Board. Narrated by David Wilmot.
'One of the finest, funniest Irish shorts we have ever seen' POPCORN - TV3
Financed by RTE/Arts Council/Film Board. Narrated by Frank Kelly.
Animated short.Financed by RTE/Arts Council/Film Board. Narrated by Donal McCann.
One-week workshop to develop my feature screenplay: The Quarter Mill
Five-week course covering 35mm film/FCP editing.
Three year course covering all aspects of visual communication.