Pádraig Ó Flannabhra 

Is Grianghrafadóir le stíl agus le h-ealáin é Pádraig Ó Flannabhra atá an-chuid ghradaim bainte amach aige. Tá clú agus cáil ar saibhreas agus ar cruthaitheach a phortráidí,a thírdhréachta agus, ar a obair preasa. Thaispeáin sé go forleathan sa bhaile in Éirinn agus, thar sáile, freisin.

Pádraig has outstanding style, artistry and expertise,and his work has won numerous awards; he has exhibited widely in Ireland the U.K.and France.

In 1984, he won a  Carrolls / P.P.A.I. (Press Photographers Association of Ireland) Press Awards.

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He has won the Kodak bi-monthly “Portrait Awards” on several occasions since 1984

Kodak “National Portrait Award” winner in 1988, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1996 and 1998.

He holds an Irish record of ten Kodak European Gold Portrait Awards.

Named “Kodak Portrait Photographer of the Year” at the “Gold Circle Event” in Leeds, England in 1998. 

Accorded a Civic Reception, the highest honour from Nenagh Urban District Council,October 1998.

In 1998, he won “Best Image” and “Best Portrait Portfolio” at the I.P.P.A. / Sun Alliance National Photographic Awards in Dublin.
His photograph of a  portrait of Dr. Thomas W. Croke ,Archbishop of Cashel & Emly was used on a commemorative stamp to mark the  centenary of the archbishops death in 2002.
 In 2003, Pádraig became the first Irish photographer in the history of the Association to be awarded the Fellowship of the Irish Professional Photographer’s Association (I.P.P.A.) for professional portraiture.
Since 1986 he has  published a number of books on Ireland ,and his images appear frequently on national and local newspapers.
QEP (Qualified European Photographer ) Brussells, Belgium, in achieving the internationally acknowledged technical and artistic standard in Portraiture 2004.
From 2010 —2013 he consecutively published four local books on his native town of Nenagh, Co. Tipperary.
In 2018 he was honoured by his peers with honorary  membership of the PPAI (Press Photographers Association of Ireland ) ”for his outstanding contribution to the Association and Press Photography in Ireland for more than three decades”
 Ireland ‘Frame by Frame’ is the title of his latest  monochrome collection; a body of work,showing imagery from the years 2002—2019.
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