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Joe O’Shaughnessy

Email: joeshaughs91@gmail.com
Phone: 0872515247

SELECTED WORKS

SHORTLISTED - Daily Life & People - 2017
COUNTRY LIFE

Spectators watch the display of Farming and Country Life 1916 at the Teagasc Campus in Athenry Co. Galway in June 2016

SHORTLISTED - Arts and Entertainment - 2017
A COMPANY OF WOLVES

A company of wolves in the Macnas parade Savage Grace on the streets of Galway City for Halloween.

SHORTLISTED - Sports Feature - 2017
WEIGHING UP

Young jockey's in the weighing room at the Omey Races on Omey Strand in Connemara in July 2016

SHORTLISTED - Nature & The Environment - 2016
POLLUTED WATERS

Swans swim by polluted water at the Claddagh in Galway city.

SHORTLISTED - Nature & The Environment - 2015
7,500-YEAR-OLD TREE REMAINS

A 7,500-year-old tree remains at a drowned forest site, exposed by storms at Spiddal, Co Galway, in March 2014

SHORTLISTED - News - 2013
GORSE FIRE

Fire fighters survey a gorse fire as it spreads on the outskirts of Galway City.

SHORTLISTED - Arts and Entertainment - 2013
RAIN STOPS PLAY

Kamchatka from Spain find good use for their props as they cut short their outdoor performance due to a downpour during the Galway Arts Festival.

SHORTLISTED - Daily Life & People - 2012
WALKING TALL

Male participants who took part in Cope Galway's "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" calling for an end to violence against women.

SHORTLISTED - Sports Action - 2012
IRONMAN SWIMMERS

Athletes competing in the The Ironman 70.3 at Salthill in Galway.

SHORTLISTED - Daily Life & People - 2011
ON CAMERA

Photographing His Holiness Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad at the laying of foundation stones for Galway’s first purpose-built mosque by the Amhadiyya Muslim community.

SHORTLISTED - Features - 2008
FROM THE HORSE'S MOUTH

"From the horse’s mouth, in the stables during the Connemara Pony Show, in Clifden"

SHORTLISTED - Features - 2008
HEAD OVER HEELS

Young thrill-seekers take the plunge at the Blackrock Diving Tower, in Galway.

SHORTLISTED - People - 2008
MASTERS OF THEIR ART

Galway hurling greats, brothers Jimmy and Sean Duggan, show they still have their skills at NUI Galway, where they were conferred with Honorary M.A. Degrees.

SHORTLISTED - Features - 2008
THE OLDEST SWINGER IN TOWN

"President of Tommy Larkin’s Hurling Club, 81 year-old Eamonn Harte, shows he can swing with the best of them during an All-Ireland Intermediate Final training session "

Daily Life - 2007
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Pedestrians in Galway city centre take shelter under a shop canopy during a cloudburst in July 2007

SHORTLISTED - People - 2008
HEAVENS ABOVE

Bishops attending the Church of Ireland General Synod, in Galway City.

Arts and Culture - 2006
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Performers mourn the 'loss of green spaces' during the Carnival Parade called Morning, Noon and Night for the cultural festival Project 06 in Galway city in July 2006

Daily Life
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A boy wearing the Galway jersey pays his respects to the football legend Seán Purcell during the reposal at St Jarlath's College, Tuam, in August 2005

Arts and Culture
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Strange Fruit, an Australian festival and theatre company, perform at the Galway Arts Festival in July 2004

News and Politics
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Smokers break the new smoking ban law at Fibber Magees bar in Eyre Square, Galway in July 2004.

Daily Life
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A woman basks in the sun at Palmers Rock, Salthill, Galway, in May 2004

Daily Life
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Swimmers brave the icy water during a snowfall at Blackrock, Galway, in December 2004

Arts and Culture
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Members of the street-theatre group Macnas perform during the Halloween parade in Galway city in 2004

Arts and Culture
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The Galway-born crime writer Ken Bruen at Woodquay in the city in April 2003

Arts and Culture
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The Minister for Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht, Michael D Higgins, at the Town Hall Theatre, Galway, to announce details of Baboró, an international arts festival for children, in April 1997

Arts and Culture
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Allen Ginsberg photographs Bono at the Cuirt International Festival of Literature in Galway in 1995.