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Mark contacted me to document his cycle on The Wild Atlantic Way in Kerry. The whole journey was 2500km and he was cycling on a beautiful wooden racer made by Woodelo in Tipperary. There were a few challenges for Mark : The overall distance and cycling 40 – 100km’s day in day out for over a month, the weather and all that it threw at him and the general adventure. What he hadn’t planned for was the feeling of pride...

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I was invited to give a presentation to Mid-Kerry Tourism Cluster on tips for taking a good Architectural photo. Here is the presentation I gave with guidelines and advice to help you improve your photography. With the emergence of airbnb it is now easier than ever to promote your accommodation and reach a huge global audience. With airbnb members providing everything from a single room to a large chateaux it is apparent that some...

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www.caraghlakehouse.com commissioned me to write a blog article about the Top 5 cycling routes which start and finish in Caragh Lake or Killorglin, Co. Kerry. Kerry has so many amazing cycling routes that it is hard to choose. The brief was to pick routes for the avid cyclist so after rubbing my hands with excitement I picked 5 tough but rewarding spins that will leave you wanting more. These routes are all under 100km & have...

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Col de la Croix de Fer. On August 18th, 2016 I had the privilege to cycle this beautiful Alpine Col. Following weeks and months of training and lengthy research, I was finally spinning my way towards it on a fresh and misty August morning. I was staying in Chamrousse, which is a ski resort on a mountain outside Grenoble, so I decided to cycle from the apartment. This would give me a good warm-up of 40km’s before hitting the climb at...

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Sept 2016 : Next up for FRED is official selection at Kerry Film Festival. This is great news as we were crossing fingers and toes that we would make this prestigious local festival. The Laurels arrived today !   The very novel and interesting K-Fest is Killorglin’s annual Arts Festival. They use all the unused buildings and other vacant premises in the town to host a pop up gallery Art’s festival. Lots more to see...

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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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