Joanna Mcnulty's PhotoBlog

more images uncovered from the ‘close to home’ series (2010) I am beginning the process of taking stock. I have, as of yesterday, started my new MFA…

weddings, funerals and christenings, this is the latter…….those rare days when extended family come together. Sitting around the table, the centre of activity…

I came out of my interview on thursday elated yet deflated, long story - some other day i'll write about it. Freezing cold, soaked to the skin, exhausted and in…

Dublin ‘09 The beginning of the end. The last set of street/urban images I made for my degree, never even showed them in fact. Moved onto something better.…

it's easy to take them for granted nowadays but I do often marvel at how they (the phone geeks) can squeeze a camera into a communication device, something it…

On the 16th November 2010 I lost my book. It wasn't a textbook, it had little to no monatary value but it was priceless to me. Navy and spiralbound, It had…

Having recently joined twitter i've realised that it was a step too far in social networking hysteria that seems to have gripped the world. So I think I'm…

Pearse St station people mooving so frenetically that they appear to have the misfortune of losing half a leg. always makes me think of this [artnet.com]

Train journeys are strange things, more so i think than bus journeys. There is something about the track, the line from A to B and all that can happen…

I'm learning to drive (under duress, my dad is making me) I much prefer public transport, unreliable it may be, miserable in the winter too, but no worse than…

I can't believe it has taken me so long to get these posted. As it's now April, and unseasonably warm in Belfast, i'll date the post according to when they…

a project about homes at night (a follow on to an outdoor night photography project) how they become still, warm, glowing yet there is a kind of malaise that…
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