Stills & Motion is a network of image makers and thinkers founded in Dublin in 2019. Our work shines a light on the untold; the overlooked, the emotional, the political, the social, the personal and the unexpected.
United by our commitment to telling these powerful stories, we approach each project with curiosity and integrity. We work with commercial and cultural entities to identify, craft and deliver images and film that inspire and resonate.
Finn is a documentary photographer and filmmaker. Drawing on journalism, he explores the underlying stories of people and the disparate environments in which they live. Juxtaposing portraiture with photography of place, his images seek out moments of intimacy in otherwise overlooked places.
Ciana March is an art director and stylist with a focus on fashion, architecture and fashion. Her work has been featured in The Irish Times (“50 People To Watch in 2018”), Vogue (“Celtic Cool Girls”) and U Magazine (“Trailblazer of the Year”). She is a co-founder of the award-winning fashion and architecture website Concrete Collar.
Simon Walsh Photographer
Simon Walsh is an Irish photographer based in Dublin. He shoots for a range of commercial clients and also collaborates with Stills & Motion, which he helped found. Most recently, Simon was shortlisted for the Zurich Portrait Prize in 2020.
Paul Guinan Designer
We have collaborated with Paul many times, most recently he designed The Snug Project calendar and overall brand.
Fiona Donnelan Sustainable PR
Fiona worked with us on The Snug Project. She designed and managed the PR strategy for the entire project.
Sally McCarthy Social Media Manager
Sally was the Social Media Manager for The Snug Project. She expertly designed and implemented every aspect of the social media campaign for the entire project.
Ryan Kavanagh Motion Designer
Ryan made a beautiful film that wrapped up The Snug Project.
Ciaran and Mark Plus Print
Ciaran and Mark at Plus Print printed and bound The Snug Project calendar.
Cinéal Research & Design Architects
Phoebe and Sarah of Cinéal are research and design architects, thinking about space, place and mapping a town for an on-going portrait project about social connection set to launch in 2022.