A little bit about me
I am a Dublin-based photographer with a passion for what I do. I love working with people, and have had the privilege of capturing some very special moments, from birthdays to graduations to weddings and everything in between
I have worked with a range of corporate and commercial clients, and have experience of product photography, advertising, company headshots, interiors and events. I frequently work with models, developing their portfolios.
The old saying goes “Never work with children or animals”, but I love working with both. Equine photography is a particular favourite of mine.
I would love to discuss how I can work with you. Get in touch either by telephone (087 - 6957345) or email me at Theresamoynes@gmail.com and I will be only too delighted to chat to you about your requirements.
I have had my work published in several magazines, including 'The Bride Guide' and 'Confetti' magazine.
Moonlight on Hill of Tara
Theresa Moynes Photographer
2012 - date
From the time I was a child I had an interest in photography, my Father presented me with my first Brownie at age 7 and from that moment I was hooked and have never been without a camera in my hand since.
I returned to college pretty late in life to study photography for three years and then opened my own business but I am still learning and my journey continues !
dream - create - imagine . . .
Director at Value Added in Africa (UK and Ireland) and International Development Consultant
We asked Theresa to take product shots so that our African producer clients could be represented professionally in the European market place. Theresa brought both skill and creativity to the task and delivered photos on time and with a most gracious manner. A pleasure to work with. So good were the photos that our African clients gained extra pride in their products.
Theresa is a person with hidden talents and who now is starting to bring them out into the world. As a result she will work hard to achieve her aims and therefore be a pleasure to work with. Hold the head high, enjoy the journey. Julian