Artist Bio

Fergal O’Sullivan is a Dublin based photographer and media producer who graduated from IADT, Dun Laoghaire with a Photography Degree (Hons. - 1st Class) in June 2015. Over the last few years he has exhibited his work in Dublin which included his first successful solo show at Waterways Ireland and has had exhibited two images during the RHA 185th Annual Exhibition in 2015. He is currently recording the ongoing work of Down to Earth Theatre Company whose aim is to engage, enable and educate young people, to help them understand why and how social and environmental issues affect them. Part of this work has been to document Dublin's UNESCO designated Biosphere that stretches from Howth to Sandycove.



2017: Exhibited as part of the RUA 136th Annual Exhibition at the Ulster Museum, Belfast.


2017: Exhibited as part of the RHA 187th Annual Exhibition at the RHA, Ely Place, D2.


2017: Solo exhibit of the series 'Waterscapes' (5 - 31 January) at Rua Red Arts Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24.


2015: Exhibited in the group ‘Emergence’ (12 - 22 November) at Steambox Gallery, Dublin 8.


2015: Exhibited two images as part of the RHA 185th Annual Exhibition (21 March - 11 June) at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Ely Place, Dublin 2.


2015: Graduate Exhibition at IADT, Dun Laoghaire (5 - 10 June). Highly Commended for Inspirational Arts award.


2014: Solo exhibition entitled 'Waterscapes' at Waterways Ireland Visitors Centre, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2, (3 - 17 September).


2014: Exhibited as part of the group exhibition 'Residency' in The Library Project in June as part of PhotoIreland 2014 Canon Open Programme.

2013: Group show, ‘Alternate Voices’ by 2nd year students, at Moxie Studios, Dublin. (25 April - 2 May)


2013: Exhibited as part of 'See | Hear' mixed media show at The Back Loft, Dublin 8.


2012: Group show by graduating students of St. Kevins College at The Exchange, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.


Black Church Landscape ~ Self Published Book


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