Film & TV
Standby Art Director/Props
Director: Damian McCarthy
Producers: Katie Holly, Evan Horna,
Horror feature film co-produced by genre streaming service Shudder, due to be released 2023
Production Designer: Lauren Kelly
TG4 / Black Gate Productions
Director: Mia Mullarkey
Producers: Mairead Ní Thréinir, Róisín Geraghty, Peadar King
Watch on TG4 Player now
Music series that blends gorgeous concert film with intimate observational documentary and interview. Over 12 episodes, a mix of emerging and established artists - both Irish and international - come together in celebration of collaboration and creativity.
Aug - Oct 2021
Safe as Houses (2022)
Director: Mia Mullarkey
Producer: Claire McCabe
Screen Ireland Focus Short which premiered in Galway Film Fleadh July 2022
Director: Dermot Malone
Producer: Matt D'Arcy
CAVE follows Jordan (34) who, after a long absence from work team nights out due to his wife’s pregnancy and the arrival of his first born, has decided to stay off alcohol. On his first night out with the team, he protests his sobriety before caving to peer pressure.
Intruder (2021) - TV Series
Stand-by Art Director
Director: Garth Tunley
Producer: Julie Ryan
Production Designer: Damien Draven
A couple's seemingly perfect life is shattered after two teenagers break into their coastal home.
Four part limited series aired on Channel 5 (UK) in March 2021
Oct - Nov 2020
Two Hours Past Midnight (2020)
Director: Christopher Brennan
Producer: Christopher Brennan
Featured in Lift-off Global Network Film Festival in Paris, 2020 as part of the Trailblazers Short Film Selection
Art Director / Stand-by Art Director
Director: Ian Fitzgibbon
Producer: Michael Garland, Catherine McGee
Family members go through a long-standing family feud in a small Irish town.
Starring Pat Shortt, Charlie Murphy, Peter Coonan, Tommy Tiernan and Moe Dunford
Winner of Audience Choice Award for Best Feature Film in Dingle International Film Festival 2019
Director: Mike Ahern & Enda Loughman
Producer: Ailish Bracken & Yvonne Donohue
Rose (Maeve Higgans), a mostly sweet and lonely Irish driving instructor, must use her supernatural talents to save the daughter of Martin (Barry Ward) (also mostly sweet and lonely) from a washed-up rock star (played by Will Forte) who is using her in a Satanic pact to reignite his fame.
Winner of Best Irish Feature Film at Galway Film Fleadh 2019