We’re moving into the next phase of planning for this year’s festival. On Friday 14th April we had a successful all staff team meeting in an unusual and stunning setting in the depths of West Cork (a polytunnel with an […]
A snap from the ’50 Days To Go’ photoshoot at 5am up at Hadrian’s Wall near Newcastle. You can see the Webb Ellis Cup on the right of the photo with Roman Soldiers waving the flags of each competing nation.
Event Management has time and time again been listed as one of the top 5 most stressful job positions in the world. It’s no surprise, from personal experience, as I love what I do but often reach a point where I […]
Remember that feeling? The excitement of heading off to university or landing that first job, the sheer joy of the unknown that lay ahead. We’re going to take over the world! Welcome to the next life phase: The Career. This […]
The following post was written in October 2013 and never published, until today. 24 year old me has a good point, so current me thought I would share it. This year (and last year, and its first year) I […]
A little rain never hurt anyone, right? Well it certainly did not dampen the spirit of eager attendees. With the last minute touches applied to site, gates to Ireland’s newest and best music & arts festival opened at midday. Revellers […]
Oh Wow, back in Paris 12 hours after leaving Lyon and I am a broken and happy human. I made a last minute decision to travel to Lyon (as did half of Ireland) when Ireland got through to Round 16 […]
A video I made from our experience of working in Team Transport for Rugby World Cup 2015. A lot of work goes into transport planning for events, more than many people think. I worked with the ticketing department, marketing department, local […]
Of all events I have worked on in my career, England 2015 Rugby World Cup (ER2015) was the highlight. It was the most challenging project, but was the most rewarding and fun event I have ever been part of.
Recently I got the job I have always wanted. I graduated last year without having a clue what todo. Granted, The Olympics managed to distract me for a few months but when I came home afterwards, and down from the […]