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Andrew Browne, a Dundalk native has been working in the art industry for the majority of his adult life, starting as a graphic and print designer, earning his trades (usually the hard way) as a creative portrait photographer, cinematographer, and Theatre visual designer. Leaning heavily on his love of storytelling he tries to instil as much feeling and passion into every piece he works on. Some people even found his work worthy of nominating for awards and has been involved in large creative endeavours in the Irish cinema and theatre spaces in pushing the envelope (usually on the tiniest budgets possible) to prove, mainly to himself, that you don’t need all the big cheques to give people a good show.

Andrew has been involved with many local and national productions mainly SONG here in Dundalk and is responsible for many visual elements in their sell out productions for the last 13 years. Thriving in team environments and delighting in challenges others deem impossible.

While still getting used to the idea of being called an Artist and overcoming his mighty imposter syndrome, he intends to push the limits of the impossible yet again as An Táin Arts Centre’s latest Visual Artist in residence employing his technical skill and love of storytelling to create a unique, immersive visual and audio exhibit. Exploring mixed media such as Video, Visual Effects, 3D Design, Projection and Video Mapping, Audio, and creative writing to create something that hopefully stands on its own feet and leaves people wanting more when all is said and done.

Andrew is in residence in the Basement Gallery studio during May – July 2024
Follow his progress on Instagram @thelastrealphotographer #antainartists

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