I am a Landscape photographer based in Wicklow, Ireland specialising in capturing the many varied aspects of my beautiful homeland. I am passionate in my pursuit to share not just a visual representation with my art, but also a sense of the spirituality of these ancient and diverse locations I am lucky enough to call home. I have been published in both print and web; have delivered commissions for government, corporate and individual clients alike; and offer Tours & Workshops through my joint venture Light, Land & Sea.
The final printed image is the culmination of my journey in creating a piece of artwork that represents my view of the world around me. I take a great deal of pride in every print I produce; I want my customers to be equally happy. Signed Fine Art Giclée prints of my photographic images are available exclusively through this website, including framed options. Please feel free to explore my gallery to find all of my Landscape photographs, both of Ireland and from around the world, in addition to my portfolio of Floral images.
With my fellow Light, Land and Sea co-founder Athena Carey, I lead Photographic Tours & Workshops to some of the most magical locations in Ireland. In 2017 that includes the stunning coastlines of both the Copper Coast, and the Iveragh Peninsula in Kerry. I also provide One on One training, on location, where you will get individual attention to help elevate your photography skills, whatever your level. Make sure to sign-up to my newsletter below to be first to know about Workshop, Tours & One on One Training.
I am available for commercial and personal commissions. I have a proven track record in delivering work to meet my clients specifications; on time and on budget. I have delivered commissions for Government, Corporate and Personal clients alike; covering photographic subjects such as Landscape, Architectural and Floral, and have worked for clients such as Bright3D, Fingal County Council, MCI Dublin and The Convention Centre Dublin. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discover more.
“I was looking for some scenes of Clontarf with a difference for my Husband. When I came across John Dunne’s website I could see that he had not only a great photographers eye but an eye for more artistic work. John came and inspected the area and after seeing what I was looking for came back with some great pictures. He captured the essence of Clontarf without going for the obvious. We are delighted with the images”.