PPAI

James Crombie

Email: james@inpho.ie
Website: www.inpho.ie

SELECTED WORKS

2ND PLACE - Sports Action - 2011
WE ARE IN SUPPORT

Ireland's David Wallace supported by Jonathan Sexton, Keith Earls and Jamie Heaslip during RBS Six Nations Championship game against Wales

3RD PLACE - Sports Non Action - 2013
DEFLATED

Connacht's Tiernan O'Halloran dejected after losing to Biarritz during a Heineken Cup game

SHORTLISTED - Sports Feature - 2016
KEEPING WARM

Connacht's Finlay Bealham, Bundee Aki, Shane Delahunt, Ian Porter, John Muldoon, Denis Buckley and Aly Muldowney during their European Challenge Cup game against Enisei-STM in Krasnoyarsk, Russia

SHORTLISTED - Daily Life & People - 2018
SNOW DAY

Hayleigh (7) throws a snowball during a snowy December morning in Tullamore, Co Offaly

SHORTLISTED - Portrait - 2018
REFLECTIONS

12-month-old Chloe watches her reflection in a mirror

SHORTLISTED - Sports Action - 2014
"THE STUFF OF DREAMS"

Clare's Shane O'Donnell gets past Cork’s Shane O’Neill during the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final replay

SHORTLISTED - Sports Feature - 2015
BOD ROAR

Brian O’Driscoll and Fergus McFadden celebrate at the final whistle, after Ireland beat France to win the 2014 RBS Six Nations Championship

SHORTLISTED - Sports Feature - 2014
RONAN'S FINAL BOW

Ronan O’Gara after Munster had lost the Heineken Cup Semi-Final to ASM Clermont Auvergne. This was to be his last game before retirement

SHORTLISTED - Sports Action - 2014
HEAD OF THE FIELD!

Jockey Robbie Power, on Missunited, celebrates after crossing the line to win the Galway Hurdle

SHORTLISTED - Sports Action - 2012
HANGING AROUND

Kilkenny's Richie Hogan tracked by Paddy Stapleton of Tipperary during the GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship Final

SHORTLISTED - Sports Action - 2012
UNDER PRESSURE

Clare's Diarmuid McMahon and Fergal Lynch put pressure on Conor O'Mahony of Tippeary during a Munster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Semi-Final

SHORTLISTED - Sports Feature - 2008
POC FADA 2008

Competitors stand for the Irish National Anthem before the Irish and American flags. For the first time ever one of the competitors was from America.