Ronan has an extensive list of credits for his documentary work, which has taken him all over the world. 'The Morisson Tapes' in America and 'The Irish Empire' throughout Africa are examples of his early work. Recent credits include What In The World-Cambodia', 'Haughey', 'The Burning of Bridget Cleary', 'Cathal O'Shannon's 'Ireland's Nazi's', 'The Radharc Squad'. And the memorable mockumentary series 'Paths To Freedom'.
Mick O'Rourke is a northsider who likes to travel. He's filmed one off documentaries and documentary series in over 70 countries on subjects as diverse Child Labour, Nomadism and Coca Leaf Farmers. Recent credits include BBC NI series ‘Santer’, RTE series ‘What in The World’ and feature length doc ‘Not Evil Just Wrong’.
Michael O'Donovan graduated from Dún Laoghaire College of Art and Design in 1998, and since then he has worked as a lighting cameraman on TV, documentaries, dramas and commercials.
Kieran Slyne has been a lighting cameraman for more than 20 years. Working mainly in documentary and drama, his successes include 'Births of the Nation', 'Ghost Land', 'Departure Day', 'Arrivals', 'The Commute', 'Too Broke to Retire', 'The Ashes of 9/11', 'The Constant President', 'The PD's: From Boom to Bust', 'Battle Station' and 'My Civil War'.
Fergal O'Hanlon is a director of photography who has lensed a host of IFTA-winning shows and short films, including 'The Only Viking in the Village' and 'Yu Ming Is Ainm Dom'. His work on the feature film 'Anton' garnered him an IFTA nomination for Best Cinematography in 2009.