Thrilled to land the cover of this weeks Hollywood Reporter ‘New York Issue’ with funny man and fellow Liverpool FC supporter John Oliver.
Have to say that John was an exceptional sport and game for more or less anything. It does take some real style balls to mix a bespoke navy Burberry suit with white socks these days and to carry the look with such poise and confidence.
Go here to see a behind the scenes video of the epic production we put together for the portfolio. We had special effects (a bucket of water), props, a prop table, sets, multiple locations etc etc…
John’s new show ‘Last week Tonight' debuts on HBO April 27 so be sure to check it out.
Big thanks to the THR crew for such a fun assignment…

Thrilled to land the cover of this weeks Hollywood Reporter ‘New York Issue’ with funny man and fellow Liverpool FC supporter John Oliver.

Have to say that John was an exceptional sport and game for more or less anything. It does take some real style balls to mix a bespoke navy Burberry suit with white socks these days and to carry the look with such poise and confidence.

Go here to see a behind the scenes video of the epic production we put together for the portfolio. We had special effects (a bucket of water), props, a prop table, sets, multiple locations etc etc…

John’s new show ‘Last week Tonight' debuts on HBO April 27 so be sure to check it out.

Big thanks to the THR crew for such a fun assignment…

And here’s the spread…

And here’s the spread…

Believe it or not for the longest longest time I hated having my photograph taken and shied away from any gazing lens. Maybe that’s the main reason I ended up on the other side of the camera. Nowadays it doesn’t phase me at all; my thought being that if I am going to subject people to my own camera I should only be too ready, willing and able if anyone be remotely interested in shooting me. You usually get one expression and the same clothing option mind you.
So when ace director, writer, lensman and my first photo boss Conor Horgan was on hiatus in NYC last year working on a screenplay we did the mandatory catch up over coffee followed by a quick portrait session. Not only was Conor hitting the keyboard he was also out and about photographing the city as well as some of its Irish emigrants. His endeavors have resulted in a book ’New York City’ available here.
The above spread featuring photos from the book was published in the Gloss Magazine today which comes out monthly with the Irish Times and happened to include Conors snap of yours truly…

Believe it or not for the longest longest time I hated having my photograph taken and shied away from any gazing lens. Maybe that’s the main reason I ended up on the other side of the camera. Nowadays it doesn’t phase me at all; my thought being that if I am going to subject people to my own camera I should only be too ready, willing and able if anyone be remotely interested in shooting me. You usually get one expression and the same clothing option mind you.

So when ace director, writer, lensman and my first photo boss Conor Horgan was on hiatus in NYC last year working on a screenplay we did the mandatory catch up over coffee followed by a quick portrait session. Not only was Conor hitting the keyboard he was also out and about photographing the city as well as some of its Irish emigrants. His endeavors have resulted in a book ’New York City’ available here.

The above spread featuring photos from the book was published in the Gloss Magazine today which comes out monthly with the Irish Times and happened to include Conors snap of yours truly…