Michael O’Sullivan is a creative professional photographer based in County Cork, Ireland, working in both Commercial and Fine Art arenas. Michael is the former Chairman and founder of Cork International Salon of Photography. He is a former president of the Irish Photographic Federation, and is a very experienced photographer in both the amateur and professional arenas, having had his work published both nationally and internationally. He produces Landscape, fashion, commercial and portrait work, but is best known for his personal work, which may be described as “Conceptual Fantasy Art”. Stylistically, his work references the painters of the Renaissance, Baroque and Romantic eras, as well as the great fantasy artists of the 20th century, but retains a unique signature. His current obsession is his “Fallen Angels” series, which is a vehicle for his view of the world, and Humanity’s place in it. He is a Fellow of the Irish Photographic Federation, and a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. Michael is a member of the Adjudication panel for photographic distinctions with the Irish Photographic Federation.
He is an experienced photography teacher; a popular lecturer and speaker in Ireland and the UK. He leads workshops for photographers at all levels, including master-classes for advanced photographers and professionals. His workshops, on composition, shooting, lighting, processing & printing for various photographic genres are consistently sold out far in advance. He is also a Lecturer, Photography Trainer and Workshop Leader for Canon Ireland.
He has judged competitions throughout both Ireland, the UK, and as far afield as Canada and he is also a proud member of the PermaJet lecturers team.
22 November 2016 – Michael O’Sullivan pictured at the Eddie Chandler Gallery, Dublin to launch his “Fallen Angels” Haunting Fantasy Art Photography Exhibition.
Photo: Alison Miles/OSM Photography
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