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Creative Spotlight: 5 Irish Female Photographers To Follow

Sarah Doyle

sarah doyle_3Sarah Doyle is a Dublin-based photographer who has already built up a reputable repertoire of clients including Brown Thomas, Universal Music, Design & Crafts Council of Ireland, and Urban Outfitters and has been featured in The Irish Times, Time Europe/US, and even Vogue.com. This creative lady cleverly manipulates colour, texture and silhouette in such a way that her photographs appear hypnotising. Follow her here or at @sarahdoylephotography.

Ayesha Ahmad

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It’s hard to believe that this young lady is only 16 years of age, and yet is already establishing herself as a dominant force in the photography scene here. Ayesha has this innate ability to capture the presence of her subjects soul in a way that is eerily beautiful. We expect big things from her. Follow her at @ayeshabeans.

Suzy McCanny

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Suzy’s photography journey began after studying fashion at prestigious St. Martens in London, after which she followed her desire for photography to New York where she continued her studies in Fashion Styling and Photography at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Working from her studio in London, Suzy now Specialises in fashion and art photography and continuing to master her craft. Follow her here or at @suzymccanny

Danni Freya Ronan

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Danni is a young student with a burning passion for photography. She is currently building up her amazing portfolio and is on the lookout for other creatives to collaborate with. Follow her here or at @dannifrophotography

Babs Daly

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It’s hard to capture the spirit of this Dublin-based photographer in just one image. Her intuitive ability to move from beautiful, soft portraits to capturing the jagged lines of Dublin city seems effortless. Follow her here or at @babsdaly.

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