Interview with Beautiful Humans Magazine

I was recently invited by Beautiful Interviews to be interviewed.
Beautiful Humans is a digital interview magazine based in the UK, a declaration of love to humanity and a praise to the bright side of what makes us humans in all aspects.
Every week,
Beautiful Humans publishes an interview with a leading figure of our time in the fields of fashion, music, business and spirituality, providing insightful conversations with atypical, innovative individuals who positively impact our lives through their deeds, creativity, spirit and determination to be the change they want to see in the world. In these uncertain times, it is the mission of Beautiful Humans to revive the feeling of hope, love and togetherness that makes us all one beautiful human family.
Together we are stronger, we are brighter, and we fly higher. Humans are greatness and wonder. Humankind never ceases to deliver beauty before our very eyes, so long as we allow it to be part of our lives and of our hearts.

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Source: https://www.beautifulhumans.info/anthony-griffin/

Studio Shoot

Eight hours of recent studio work (images with client) that featured portraiture, fashion and a but of fun at the end with confetti. A long day but a great shoot and a happy client who organised a great model for the day.
It had been a while since I was in the studio and certainly for that length of time. Lots of planning went into the day, which really paid off. 

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On a break - Axis Art Centre and Theatre

I was recently hired to work with those producing and choreographing a new dance project, the subject of which I found extremely interesting.
I met some great people on the first day, during which there was a workshop around the subject matter before they took to the stage to explore ideas. More to follow is all I can say for now! Mobile phone images below were before an during a break. 

Publication - Alight!

A varied selection of my photographs taken for Dublin Culture Connects now feature in an Alight! publication and flyer, which will be found in citywide public libraries. 

The book was created in the South East area of Dublin in a partnership between Dublin Culture Connects, city-wide community groups, the City Arts Office, Dublin Public Libraries, The National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, and South East Area Office, artists and CoisCéim Broadreach as part of the National Neighbourhood project in the South East Area.

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This book is full of stories, drawings by the students of St. Patrick's National School, participants from Riccy's Youth Café, The GALS Group, Betty Watson Active Retirement Group, Greenore Court Arts & Crafts Group, Ringsend Community Services Forum, Pembroke Library, Ringsend Active Retirement Group, Ringsend Irishtown Community Centre, Ringsend College, St. Andrew's Resource Centre, Sandymount Tidy Towns, Sandymount Sikh Community, and Talk About Youth, who all connected together through workshops, trips on the Alight! Bus to the project's cultural partners, the Mystery History Cabaret and the Valentine's Tea Dance.