Tony Murphy has over 30-years experience working as a teacher, photographer and artist. He studied Fine Art Sculpture during the 1980s and subsequently qualified as a teacher of art, working in a post-primary school in Co. Monaghan for five years. There he developed and perfected his craft as a dedicated and enthusiastic advocate of art and visual education. Later, he returned to college and graduated with an MA in Fine Art from the National College of Art & Design in Dublin.
Since 1994, Tony has worked in the School of Education at NCAD on its Initial Teacher Education programmes. He lectures in Teaching Methodology, Visual Arts and Digital Media.
In recent years, Tony has divided his time between his teaching in Dublin and working as a professional photographer. He is noted for his expertise in a wide range of photographic genres that include studio portraiture, commercial, landscape, low light, event and documentary photography.
He operates from his studio on The Crescent in Boyle and lives nearby with his wife, Anne Marie and their four children in The Curlew Mountains.
Environmental & Lifestyle Portraiture
Public and Corporate Event
Vintage Photo Restoration
Property & Real Estate Record
Lifestyle and Interiors
Product and Artefact
Printing and Framing Solutions
Presentations, Tuition & Workshops
Group courses, personal tuition, workshops and presentations in digital photography and image editing
Vintage and damaged photographs scanned, digitally retouched and printed
High resolution photography and scanning for documents of 2D & 3D artwork for archive, catalogue and print
A wide range of framing solutions available