Over the years I have worked for some of the world’s biggest media outlets such as Reuters, Channel 4, the BBC, RTE, the Irish Times and many, many more.

I’ve collected some of the stories I’ve been involved here:

The photographer who wants to fight poaching – with your fingernails.

In the summer of 2019 I worked with the Norwegian national team and IMG at the Women’s World Cup in France – this hilarious viral clip is one of the videos the team made.

Interviewing Tom Cruise on behalf of UCI at the Stockholm premier of Jack Reacher.

On The Red Carpet With Tom Cruise

The Swedish premier of the new Tom Cruis movie “Jack Reacher” saw me join arguably Hollywood’s biggest movie star on the red carpet at the behest of United Pictures International.

Together, cameraman Tomas Håvik and I captured the atmosphere of Cruise’s first vist to Stockholm as hundreds of fans queued patiently in sub-zero temperatures for autographs, pictures and handshakes.

We interviewed Tom, director Christopher McQuarrie and co-star Rosamund Pike and quickly sent the footage to California, where it was cabled out around the world.

Guns and football – tourist fans firing Kalashnikovs at Euro 2012

The stories coming out of Euro 2012 weren’t just about soccer – there was history, politics and tourism too.

On my last day in Kiev, I joined a minbus full of fans headed to the city’s outskirts to take part in a tourist activity that proved very popular among football supporters – firing Kalashnikovs at a shooting range.

A Parish Far From Home

Back in 2011 Gill Books published “A Parish Far From Home”, a book I wrote about how Gaelic football brought the Irish in Sweden closer together.

The PR campaign has so far seen TV and national and local radio appearances, as well as articles in major newspapers like the Irish Independent, the Irish Mirror and the Evening Herald.

The book has been nominated for two of the most prestigious awards in Irish publishing- Sports Book of the Year at the Irish Book Awards and the William Hill Sports Book of the Year.

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