'The King of Dublin's Daughter'
Manor Street/Brunswick Street, Dublin 7
Dublin City Council
“The name Oxmantown derives from "Ostman"-town and was the place that the Vikings moved to when the Normans conquered Dublin. The area is known as “Baile Lochlannach” in Irish which means "Scandinavian Homestead". So how better to represent the history of the Stoneybatter, than with Viking children going on an adventure.”
Originally from Cork, I have been working as a barrister and artist in Dublin for the last 6 years. My art style varies although at present I am experimenting with cartoons, comics and French bande-desinnee. My submissions reflect my interest in the History of Dublin and the themes we can use for today; ideals of loyalty, friendship, love and adventure.