Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Waltzer is now Workhouse!

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Waltzer Design is no more! My new company Workhouse Promotional Services! Workhouse is a boutique creative agency specialising in graphic design, web design, photography and illustration. We particularly specialise in corporate visual identity, so when a company, product or band needs to be set up, we provide them with a logo, guidelines for using that logo, their website with content management system, supporting graphic elements, photography and illustrations. We also create the graphics and logos they need for their social media channels such as Facebook, youTube and Twitter.

The business is based in Dublin, the two partners are Alan Wall and Richard Walshe. Originally the marketing department of another company, we spun ourselves off as a marketing department to big companies who prefer to outsource the marketing function, and smaller companies who just need occasional marketing and design support.


One of my Oxegen photos featured in “Featured Photographers”

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

MCD got in touch with me a few weeks back seeking permission to add this photo to their Featured Photographers gallery on their new website. View all my photos from Oxegen 2008 on flickr.

Yay! Second place in the Dublin section of the Worldwide Photo Walk!

Thursday, August 6th, 2009
Elaine taking a photo at the Dublin Photo Walk

Elaine taking a photo at the Dublin Photo Walk

On July 18th, myself and 40 other photographers met on the steps of the Custom house for the Dublin entry of the Wordwide Photo Walk. We walked around the area on a very rainy day taking photos to be submitted for a competition. The photo above came joint second with the fourth photo on that page. There was no prize for second though, only first. The winner in Dublin is submitted to the international organisers who choose 11 winners from over 900 cities that participated.

I was delighted to come second! See the rest of my shots from the day, or look at all the shots taken by the Dublin photographers.