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Philip Doyle

Email: philldoylephotography@gmail.com
Phone: 087 274 4806

SELECTED WORKS

3RD PLACE - Reportage - 2024
LOUGH NEAGH EELS

Processing eels from Lough Neagh in Toomebridge, Co. Antrim.

2ND PLACE - Daily Life & People - 2024
GIVE IT WELLY

Youth farming organisation Macra succeed in an attempt to break a world record attempt for the most people simultaneously throwing wellington boots which previously stood at 792.

SHORTLISTED - Arts and Entertainment - 2023
DANCING ON THE LAND

Sean-nós dancer Edwina Guckian dances a set on a barrel in Co. Leitrim. Edwina is heavily involved in preserving the history and traditions of the area.

SHORTLISTED - Arts and Entertainment - 2023
GARTH BROOKS

An emotional Garth Brooks takes his hat off to his fans as he thanks them on his final performance at the historic concerts in Croke Park in September 2022.

Shortlisted - Reportage - 2022
THE MART

The mart, a place that rarely changes but sits at the centre of many farming communities. Carnaross mart in Co. Meath is no different drawing animals and characters on sale day.

2ND PLACE - Arts and Entertainment - 2022
BEGLEY BROTHERS

Traditional Irish musicians Seamus and Breanndán Ó Beaglaoích during lockdown in Breanndáns' trailer home in Baile na bPuc, Dingle, Co. Kerry. Breanndán was blocked from from building a home on his land at the time.

Shortlisted - Portrait - 2022
ZAK MORADI

Anti-racism advocate and hurler Zak Moradi, born in Iraq from a Kurdish family. Zac has played for the Co. Leitrim senior hurling team.