Primarily, designing with and visually interpreting non-visual cultural material, i.e. traditional ‘Sean Nós’ singing, and how traditional singers are made. That particular work took the form of a suite of photo etchings and was exhibited in Ireland in 2009.
‘A Topography of Absence’ – an ongoing immersive photography project that visually interprets the work of the author John McGahern.
Featureshoot Website, ’35 Photographs Reveal the Secrets of Nighttime’
‘Behind The Portrait’, Gulf Photo Plus, 2017
‘Vantage Point 6’, Sharjah Art Foundation, 2018
‘The Arab street II’, Gulf Photo Plus, 2018
‘Where The Song Was Left I-IV’, Life Framer Community, 2018
‘The Art of Observation’, The Image Guide, 2019
‘Nation Building’ article & interview, AIR Magazine, April 2019
‘Time, authenticity and photographic storytelling in The Museum of Innocence’,
E. Ryan and K. Hannam, Journal of Heritage Tourism, Routledge, 2019
‘Car Habitats’, The Image Guide, 2020
‘Where The Song Was Left’, Critics Choice Competition Gallery, Lensculture, 2020
‘The Weight of Things’, MFA Photography Research Project which explores the transition from liminality to post liminality in relation to economic migration.
Completion date May 2022.