Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
17. Aug, 2012
Cormac Hanrahan predominantly photographs people, often while on assignment for news and magazines, and sometimes just ones he meets along the way.
He blames a childhood obsession with Indiana Jones, an strong dislike to working in an office, and a need to live by the coast for his being a freelance photographer for the last half decade.
He travels for both work and leisure and feels lucky that through photography can mostly do both at the same time. While character portraits are his thing, he digs wild weather, coastal landscapes and the shapes, patterns, colours and textures of the world around us.
See more at www.cormacphotography.com
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