I’m having a great time visiting places with a fantastic team for a new project I’m working on called “The Tattoo”.
We had a great couple of days working in Alcala De Henares for the brand El Pozo. Thank you very much to all the cast and crew because I haven’t laughed that much on a shoot ever, you’re all gas guys!
I certainly love coming back to Madrid, especially when I come back to work on an interesting project and the weather is so nice.. as it is the day that our Summer starts, June 21st!
I just landed in Cork and I’m going to enjoy a bit of time off doing something that I love too, discovering interesting urban environments and take photos of them!
We had such a great day on Day 2 even though it was going to be difficult to overcome the excitement of the camera car from the previous day but hey! how many times do you have a chance to go up high on a 8 meters scaffolding and shoot from there?
Had great fun today on the 1st day of the McDonalds’ commercial we are working on over in Barcelona.
When you live in a city which airport doesn’t have regular flights to cities like Barcelona or Madrid or Paris you know that, at some stage, you will have to spend a night on a bus to get to the main airport in the country to go to a recce on the following morning.
Finished filming Earthly Bonds this morning at 2am.
I’m currently shooting Earthly Bonds on location in Timoleague, West Cork (hey, I wrote something similar on my last post but I needed some sort of introduction! :D)
I came back home on Thursday and started preparing a project called Earthly Bonds, directed by Alan Dunne and produced by Eamonn Tutty for Reckoner Films.
After a couple of days doing recces around West Cork we are shooting Ultramarine, the new dance piece that Oonagh Kearney is making.
I just landed in Cork and myself and Oonagh are doing a recce in West Cork
Yesterday I finished colour grading the commercial for Cruz Roja / Red Cross that we shot last Thursday.
We colour graded it in a superb post production company called El Colorado, with Jorge using his marvellous skills on Davinci.
For the last few days I have had the amazing opportunity to team up again with director Jota Aronak, production designer Carolina Vita and production company Sal Gorda to work together on such a marvellous project for Red Cross (Cruz Roja).
After 4 days being inside a dark room with colourist Eoghan McKenna and director Al Díaz at Promenade Post in Dublin, we can say that Exhalación is “image” finished.
Last weekend we graded Madres De Luna in a post-house situated in a beautiful place called Monforte De Lemos in Galicia.
Shooting three commercials back to back is great fun! and it is even better when you are surrounded by the people you grew up with.
I’m in Spain at the moment, preparing three TV commercials.
I was invited by cinematographer Dave Greenan to be the B cam operator and 2nd unit DOP on the TV Drama Grace Harte for TG4 and it was such a great experience.
I am currently shooting the new Alicia Albares’ movie (Where The Leaves Fall, On the Other Side), titled “Madres De Luna”.
Preparing commercial in Spain produced by Pablo Martinez for RCR and directed by Jota Aronak (Wrath, Arena)
Step by step we keep shooting this amazing art project called Exhalación, directed by Al Díaz.
Miah will premiere at the 2016 Cork Film Festival.
Stay tuned and go watch it!
Last weekend I had the opportunity to work with a very talented director called Jamie O’Rourke on a new music video for a great band called King Kong Company.
Scouting for several weeks to find a location with the things that we needed.
Grading “Miah” in Windmill Lane, Dublin.
April is a good month to start a movie, especially if it is at home!
Just came back from Cape Town where I spent a fortnight shooting three commercials.
Last week we finished shooting “Miah”, the new project from director Daniel Corcoran (“Redline”), all shot in Allihies, West Cork for 1 week.
Exhalación is an art / experimental project created between the limit of the cinematography narrative and the American and European Avant – Gardé tradition and is being directed by Al Díaz.
Accepted as an Associate Member of the Society Of Camera Operator (SOC)
During the first week of December, I had the pleasure of working on a commercial for Jigsaw, a UK leading clothing company, with a fantastic crew led by the talented Ben Marshall.
Directed by Gerard Barrett (Glassland, Brain On Fire, Pilgrim Hill) and photographed by Dave Grennan (What Richard Did, King Of Travellers, Sacrifice!)
Home, directed by J+M
THE PROJECT’S BACKGROUND… A while ago I received an email from a person who was looking for help to shoot a small and independant experimental project. He attached a trailer shot by himself envisioning how he wanted the project to look. That person turned out to be Shane Europa and after watching the trailer I […]
Shooting during summer is a great way to keep busy.
Click on the link to see what I have been up to and what I will be shooting from June to September!
On Monday 12th, I had the pleasure of shooting some camera tests for the new short – film that Eoghan McQuinn is going to shoot this year.
Last week I had offered myself to help a student, Helen McGinty, from the Design for Stage and Screen course shoot her minor grad on Friday – basically shooting a 2 or 3 minutes piece – based on “A Dolls House”
One week ago I got the final grading of a short – film I shot last December on Super 16mm before starting uni, Food Fight, and I thought that it could be interesting to share the whole process.
Thanks to the knowledge of a lot of people who posted their ideas on the Internet I got better as a camera intern and then as a second assistant camera so I hope this post and consecutive posts that I am thinking about writing will help people in the future when they think about: “Should I go to a film school or not?” because they will see all the process that took me from being a non – student to a full time student.
I just finished shooting a period drama set in the XIX century called Staccato and directed by Eoghan McQuinn and I wanted to share some frames as well as the technical side of them.