This project tries to take the experience of everyday, casual homophobia and turn that humiliation and isolation outwards with humour.
This publication is an important part of the uncomfortable communications project as it elaborates a little on the images i created but still leaves them room to speak for themselves.
This was an exhibition I organised and curated in criticism of Ireland's 8th Amendment. All photographs by Tadhg Murray.
This was a group collaboration with Phelim McGovern and Liam Trumble, to create a publication celebrating Distiller's Press through the people who work and learn there. All content was sourced from NIVAL or from interviews with people who have worked in the press, particularly Seán Sills, it's founder, and Jamie Murphy, who runs it now.
identity and branding for a small coffee shop and bakery. Used Bebas Neue typeface for its simplicity and clean lines to contrast with the illustrative logo. The logo crossed coffee branches with coffee cup and heart icons for the origin of the coffee itself and social space that coffee shops are.