The wave was part of the set for the show called The Coming World and was designed by Ciara Murnane.
I worked on the building of the structure of the piece which involved metal fabricating, MIG welding and grinding. This piece was a constant collaboration with designer and work with the technical drawings.
Work on period props
Two plinth were part of the set for Children Of The Sun directed by Lynn Parker. I was head of props department and I was working on them, coordinating work of my team, leading the way and collaborating with a set designer Bláithín Sheerin.
media: cardboard, expanding foam, polystyrene, wood, crystacal
Work on big builds
The shoe was part of the set for Skriker directed by Tom Creed and designed by Ciaran O'Meiley.
I was head of Construction. After the whole set was built 3 days before tech I got asked to also build the giant shoe. It had to be on wheels and had to hold the weight of 5 people. As HOD I was leading a team of two, creating the plan of building it, overseeing the work and working in tight time frame.
work in scenic department as a crew
As a scenic crew I was working on Provoked Wife in the Lir Academy and Opera Briefs in Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Work involved using different paint technics, team work, work under time pressure and ability to work around other people during paint calls in the venue.
Head of scenic department
Scenic job for the set of Last Five Years (play directed by Cyle Conley and designed by Florentina Burcea). I was a head of scenic department working with my crew and collaborating with the designer. Set required an artistic approach on a wood effect, which I developed together with the designer and deligated to the crew.
scenic job on 4 sets in 1 month
Me and Claudia Lamantea got to work together on 4 shows in 1 month, where we had no crew and only collaborated with the designers. Paint job for all four shows involved work with budget and work under stressful conditions and time pressure.
Each DAy Dies with sleep
dead man cell phone
Construction work for theatre
I was a head of construction department for the play All Is Well That Ends Well directed by Conor Hanratty and designed by Ferdia Murphy. My work as an HOD was to read technical drawings, order materials, plan the workload, collaborate with a designer, work within parametres of the venue and lead the team.