Eddie was unemployed and homeless when he found refuge on a small island in a river estuary.
Award winning observational documentary, directed by Mike Hannon and produced by Still Films.
The much-loved two hundred year old brewery shuts its gates forever. As they reminisce, the ex-workers must come to terms with their grief at its closure. Suffused with bittersweet memories and wry affection, these are the stories of the famous Beamish and Crawford Brewery.
Award winning TV documentary.
Terminal Convention was an ambitious hybrid event that inhabited the disused terminal of Cork Airport, Ireland, for two weeks in March 2011. In the visual art strand of the programme, curated artists were invited to create site-specific pieces. The resulting film, Terminal Convention, considers these new arrivals in the light of their surrounds.
Half hour experimental documentary commissioned by Static Gallery, Liverpool.
Grist to the Mill is a collection of nineteen photographs taken by the residents and staff of Mill Court, Bandon, a sheltered housing scheme.
The culmination of a major, process-based community art commission by Clúid Housing Association expressed as a printed project, half hour documentary and website.
A collaborative project with composer Irene Buckley, based on the astronomical phenomenon of close double stars.
8 minute electroacoustic composition for tape and video.
Existing within the context of a fine art practice, Youghal Leisure is composed of three pseudo-anthropological filmic documents of leisure activities in Mike's home town.
Looping video triptych, dimensions variable.