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Aidan is a Dublin-born photographer/filmmaker. In recent years, he has worked predominantly on documentary projects and for international NGOs. In 2015 (after being introduced to the charity Mothers 2 Mothers), Aidan quit a career in Fashion and packed up his life in London to move to Eswatini. There, he undertook a life-affirming project documenting the changing face of HIV/AIDS in a country with the highest prevalence in the world (27.2% of adults aged 15 to 49). 


His most recent work has seen him cover the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, the situation facing female survivors of war and genocide in Rwanda and Iraq, life within Kibera (Africa's Largest "slum") and several animal welfare projects. He works with The United Nations and a wide-ranging selection of NGOs, including Mothers 2 Mothers, Wild at Heart Foundation, Women for Women, Trócaire & The Free Yezedi Foundation, among many more. Through his work, Aidan passionately documents and advocates for social justice and equality for all.


Current PhD researcher at Ulster University

2020/21 MFA in Photography, Ulster University

2000/03 BA in Photography, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art & Design

Selected Exhibitions

2023 Re-imagining a Line, Architecture at the Edge Festival, Galway, Ireland (Collaboration with Ruby Wallis and Joe Laverty)

2023 When The Gusts Came Around, Bloomsday Film Festival, Dublin, Ireland

2022 A Trace of Ownership, BX Gallery, Belfast, Ireland (Group Show)

2018 The Kingdom, Bermondsy Project Space, London, UK

2018 Huruma, A&A Gallery, Margate, UK

2015 Portrait of The Kingdom, Yebo Arts Centre, Eswatini

2012 The World in London, The Photographers Gallery, London, UK (Group Show)

2009 DIY London Seen, Covent Garden, London, UK (Group Show)

2004 The Wrong Time, Civic Theatre Tallaght, Ireland

2003 Epoch, Stella Cinema, Dublin, Ireland (Group Show)

2003 Square Vision, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland (Group Show)


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