The odd experience of not being able to find a local fishmonger in Ireland’s second largest fishing port. Continue reading Where have all the fish gone? Finding local fish in a fishing village
In 2015 I was working for the UN World Food Programme based out of Cairo, an entire story in itself. I was working as an analyst, dealing with food security and market price data. We supported our offices across North Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia (with the notable exception of Afghanistan). Needless to say it was a lot of work, what with the … Continue reading Tales from the past: Albania
Having never been to Istanbul before it was certainly a unknown to me… as it turns out the hustle and bustle of the city was a very strange mix of Europe meets Asia with the splashes of the Middle East being most prominent in the skyline with towering mosques at every turn, spectacularly skewering the skyline with minarets. The streets heave with people from all parts of the world and … Continue reading The sculptress of Istanbul
The photos long amazing hanging on the wall… it’s so seldom that I get stuff printed and I can see it in a format larger than a screen. I’m now sitting in the bar the day after… photos in all their glory and being checked out by lunch-time diners. It’s a good feeling. Printing photos is always a challenge, rather selecting someone that will do … Continue reading Exhibit Success!
In my usual last minute style I have decided to do a mini exhibit in my favourite bar in Rome… Bar Barnum on via del Pellegirno (Wednesday, 20th June from 7pm). I guess I use these things to say goodbye to my friends here and people have been asking me for ages to see my work up and in the flesh so to speak. I … Continue reading Mini Exhibit…