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I am an architect and self-taught photographer, based in beautiful Dublin city, Ireland.

My work focuses primarily on the built environment, in all its forms - from the first ancient field patterns laid down by our distant ancestors to contemporary architectural projects constructed by our peers.

I have a huge interest in the development of settlements over time and  frequently include historical maps with my posts to indicate the context of my subject matter.

I am currently working on a book, showcasing the lesser seen side of Dublin City at night, using long exposure photographic techniques.

I shoot almost exclusively with a Nikon D7200, until I can save enough money to go full frame. I'll be using the D7200 for some time to they say; the best camera is the one you have.


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Irish Arts Review  - Spring 2018 Edition

Irish Arts Review - Spring 2018 Edition

Often cited as the archetypal photographer flâneur, Eugene Atget made a living documenting the streets of Paris...Andy Sheridan’s studies of Dublin would credibly sit alongside his images of laneways and streetscapes. Both have a concentration on form, using available light, giving depth to spaces, clarifying textures and illuminating detail”
— Ros Kavanagh - The Irish Arts Review - Spring Edition 2018