August 1, 2018

Molly Sterling // Stripped Down

Molly Sterling just turned 20 but she has lived a life full of experiences that many of us reach 30 without experiencing. When she was 16, Molly represented Ireland in the Eurovision, having previously never performed in front of a live audience. That is some mean feat and something that […]
May 14, 2018

On the Referendum to Repeal the 8th

On May 25th, we’re going to vote on whether we want to remove the 8th Amendment to the Constitution of Ireland or not. This Amendment means that, in Ireland, the unborn has an equal right to life as the mother, unless her life is at immediate risk. As such, abortion […]
April 16, 2018

April Showers

I’ve not updated my blog for a long time, because life has gotten in the way. I got a cold after delivering a large project to a client, then I went to London, and then life threw me a massive curveball. As such, my energy was spent juggling a number […]
March 26, 2018

Symbols of sentiments: words

I haven’t written a blog here in a while because I’ve been busy with client work and film reviews. On Friday the 16th, I had tickets booked for a play in The Gate Theatre, and I have to admit, it was awful. It’s not that the acting was bad, but […]