Dancing With The Stars (2017 / 18)
Producing and broadcasting a live pre- and post-show to Dancing With The Stars across RTE’s social channels. Working with the talented James Patrice, we brought the DWTS audience closer to the action with exclusive access to the show’s stars before the show and were the first in with interviews of the successful (and eliminated!) contestants after each show. Completing 48 live shows across 2 seasons.
Paddy’s House Party (2018)
*2 million views over 4 episodes*
Paddy Power wanted to be the most talked about Brand at the Cheltenham Festival. We created a live show, “Paddy’s House Party” in a house not far from the racetrack. The show was hosted by the comedian Jarlath Regan and featured well known guests from racing, rugby and football.
I produced and directed 4×15′-20′ LIVE shows over the course of the week which gained over 40,000 engagements and 2,000,000 views.
The JOE Show(2017)
Ireland’s first ever social chat show on major platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube. “The Joe Show” is a chat show for the digital era: It features viral news, celebrity interviews, live music and viewer interaction through giveaways.
Formatting the series and overseeing the first 4 live episodes featuring interviews with Chris Pratt, Michael Fassbender, Bono, Karen Gillen and averaging over 500,000 views across assets per episode.
The series ran for 33 episodes and amassed over 12 million views.
Digiday Awards Europe Winner
Stephen Byrne hosts this hidden camera prank show that takes the information people post online to play the perfect practical jokes on unsuspecting members of the public. Strike Films for RTÉ 2.
Vodafone – Family Firsts (2018)
A light-hearted 5-part series created in partnership with Vodafone Ireland. Hearing from different families about major change moments in their lives eg. First Love, First Pets, First New Arrival.
The ran across Vodafone’s social channels and Independent News Media’s social and native channels as part of a larger TVC campaign. It drew 2,121,495 views and 2,260 engagements.
Ulster Bank (2017)
6-part series created in partnership with Ulster Bank. Focusing on a range of different people in Ireland and how they choose to live their lives, we look at the relationship between people’s homes and the way they live.
For this this series we produced 6×120″ videos and multiple cutdowns which were distributed through Ulster Bank’s social channels and Independent News Media’s social and native channels as a media partner.
The Voice of Ireland (2015/16)
The Voice of Ireland digital after-show ‘The V-Report’ hosted by David Atkinson. Produced for Shinawil and distributed via The RTÉ Player and YouTube.
The Great Wide Open (2015)
IFTA nominee 2016
Winner of Best Cork Short at the 60th Cork Film Festival.
RTÉ & Galway Film Centre short film scheme winner.
I’ve Been A Sweeper (2014)
Winner of the Richard Harris International Film Festival
Winner of Portsmouth Breaking Waves Film Festival
Winner of the best student film award at Fingal Film Festival
Runner up at Moving Media Festival Detroit
SpunOut.ie National Cinema Campaign (2013)
Premiering before ‘Iron Man 3’ April 2013 and continuing to run throughout the year.
Seen by over 600,000 people.
Streamed live from Croke Park on March 20th 2013
A mix of live panel discussions and interviews with prerecorded inserts
Musical performance ‘SOAK’ Sea Creatures.
Devised, and made by over 100 volunteers and Pi Communications
Topics included: Mental health, bullying, alcohol & drugs, sexual health and societal engagement
‘Rouge Sang’ (2013)
Made as part of the Kino Brussels festival 2013
Directed by George Hooker
UNICEF Report Card 11
A panel of young Irish people reflect on the findings of report card 11
‘Standby’ – SpunOut.ie – #sid13
Made in conjunction with Safer Internet Day 2013
Screened by Facebook at Amnesty International event in Oslo
How To Be Irish (2012) –
The Irish and The Movies
Written, presented and edited web content for RTÉ1’s, Saint Patrick’s Day, viewer generated, documentary #HowToBeIrish.
‘I Don’t Like Mondays, or Tuesdays, or Wednesdays…’ – short film – (2011)
Directed by Sorcha Brady