Posts by Paul


Mid-Kerry Tourism Brochure Design

Mid-Kerry Tourism Brochure Design


Posted By on Apr 18, 2016

I was recently approached to design a new folding brochure for the Mid Kerry area to highlight the amazing landscape and tourism potential of this area of Kerry in Ireland. Whilst wonderful Killarney & glorious Dingle get a lot of the focus from tourists it is important to draw some focus on the area where I am lucky enough to live. Mid Kerry has the 3 highest peaks in Ireland located in the majestic MacGillicuddy Reeks. Two of...

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UPDATE – Friday 26th February 2016 : What a great night of short films of varying genres. FRED got a lively & warm response from a full theatre. All the Directors were presented with a lovely plaque to commemorate the night. Some of the very kind comments : Owen J Daly: An inspiring documentary in both the subject and the scenery. Everyone should see Paul’s stunning camerawork and listen to Fred’s insightful...

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FRED ” A Journey Home” is complete. I was inspired by the life journey of a cycling friend of mine and about 6 months ago I went about creating a short documentary based on his experiences. Despite a successful career which enabled him to travel the world he was not happy. In a brave move he gave up this career, setup a small business and went about finding contentment in his life. He found it, and whilst on this journey...

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Mark Graham of @YearOfFestivals is cycling the Wild Atlantic Way on an ash racing bike made by woodelo.com. Velocitylens linked in with him for two days in Kerry and this video shows some highlights of the first day. Cycling from Tralee to Dingle he detoured to the Maherees to see the real wild Atlantic and to sample some chowder in Spillanes pub. As the wind howled and the sun fought hard with the grey clouds the majestic Conor Pass...

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The Ring of Kerry Cycle 2015

The Ring of Kerry Cycle 2015


Posted By on Jul 9, 2015

The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle gets bigger and better every year. This year we had 11,500 hardy but generous souls cycling 180km around the largest of Kerry’s peninsulas. Thanks to all of these cyclists who come from all over Ireland and the world, the proceeds raised go to local and well deserving charities. I’m lucky enough to be booked for the past 4 years to provide drums, excitement & encouragement for the passing cyclists...

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