Fionn, a Galway native, is a director of photography currently based in Dublin. Driven by a passion for evocative visual storytelling, Fionn chose to major in cinematography and minor in documentary, both of which have equipped him with valuable technical and creative skills. Now on the cusp of graduating from The National Film School (IADT, Dún Laoghaire), Fionn is eager to continue collaborating whilst honing his skills on creatively challenging productions both on a national and international level.
As part of my major, I collaborated with writer/director Greg O'Reilly on his graduation film Hereunder.
Ivan, a not so successful gallery owner, and his little brother Robbie, a successful artist, find themselves at odds when their attempt at insurance fraud is on the brink of ruining their lives. After staging the robbery of one of Robbie's most famous pieces, the two are faced with insurers in their closet asking about a ‘photo of a photo’ and a ‘geotag’. The brothers come to a head as familial bonds are tested when it's discovered that this fraud runs much deeper that initially perceived.
Hereunder is a surrealist film that captures the desperate pursuit of emotional security in times of extreme stress.