Originally from the South of England, I now live in Co. Wicklow and work in Dublin. I started my career in advertising in London before moving to Dublin in 1979; the intended six months stay is now well into its fourth decade.
After working in several advertising agencies, I was a freelance graphic designer and illustrator before leaving the commercial sector altogether. I now express myself visually through photography.
The name refers to the wrecking of some ships of the Spanish Armada off the coast. In 1588 after the failed attempt to invade England the remains of the Spanish fleet returned home via the north of Scotland and down the west coast of Ireland. Many unfortunate Spanish died here in when their ships were wrecked during stormy weather. Those who escaped from their sinking ships and made it to land were later executed by Sir Turlough O'Brien of Liscannor and Boethius Clancy, High Sheriff of Clare
Lokofoto - 12" x 10"
*Printed photograph will appear exactly as displayed here. (including watermarks, signatures etc.)