About Donal Murphy
Widely published and with nearly 20 years experience, Donal Murphy has always specialised in architectural, fit-out and interiors photography.
His client list includes a who's who of Irish architectural practices as well as international clients (Populous, AirBnB, ARUP, HLW, Genzyme, PM Group, Gensler, Sutton Vane Associates).
Donal would love to discuss what he can bring to your next project, and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donal Murphy is a Master Qualified European Photographer, one of just a handful of professional photographers so awarded in Europe. His inventive and dramatic images have won him national awards for Architectural and Commercial Photography with the IPPA in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2017.
He has twice been a finalist in the FEP European Photographer of the Year Awards, in 2012 and 2017.
For a more detailed list of Donal's Awards and Achievements as well as some client testimonials, please click here.
Donal is a specialist Architectural and Interior Photographer who shoots nationally and internationally for the design and build community.
He uses his vast experience and attention to detail at all stages of a project from pre-planning, the shoot itself, to meticulous post-production. Each resulting image is crisp, light and colour balanced and naturalistic in style, clearly revealing the uncommon vision of both the photographer and designer.
Donal has a unique instinct for both the restful detail and the dramatic vista, which works across all project types from high street retail to large scale commercial fit-out.
Donal mostly works on a commissioned basis, and is always happy to discuss your requirements and your project, no matter how large or small.
He offers a simple, scalable and cost effective pricing structure . Where possible, commissioning costs are subsidised through co-commissioning arrangements or through project image licensing, which can be a cost effective solution for smaller suppliers.
He is as happy working for small niche contractors as large design consultancies, believing that great images are as likely to be found in the small details as the immense vistas.