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James Kelly | spent a number of years working in the arts in Dublin, before focusing on film-making. His experience with Project Arts Centre, Irish Modern Dance Theatre and Loose Canon Theatre Company greatly informed his approach to film making. His work has screened nationally and internationally, and has been funded by, amongst others, TG4, RTE, BAI, the Arts Council and the Irish Film Board. James was Director of the Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival in the Irish Film Institute from 2007 to 2009, and served as Audience Advisor to the Arts Council from 2008 – 2010. James teaches video production in Independent Colleges Dublin, and over the years has lectured in Griffith College Dublin, UCD, and IADT in Dún Laoghaire.
Michael Kelly | Michael, a cameraman, has worked on most of Feenish’s projects over the past number of years. Comfortable working with all kinds of people, and in all kinds of environments, Michael’s work with Feenish has taken him throughout Ireland, as well as to Bulgaria, Macedonia and Lesotho. He has worked on a number of shorts that have been selected for film festivals in Ireland and abroad. Michael has a FETAC level 6 Advanced certificate in TV & Video production.
Saidhbh Ní Dhúlaing | A graduate in Multimedia from Dublin City University, Saidhbh has been editing for Feenish and since October 2006. In addition to editing most of our broadcast films and web films since then, Saidhbh manages the photoshop and DVD authoring aspect of our work, and has also worked as project manager on a number of our projects.
Kenny Leigh | A graduate in Visual Communications from Dublin Institute of Technology, Kenny has been working with us as contract Camera Operator, Sound Recordist and Online Editor. Kenny has directed a number of shorts which have screened at various film festivals across Ireland, and he lectures in Dublin Business School’s creative arts and media department. Kenny has a FETAC level 6 Advanced certificate in TV & Video production.