Brenóg Media -


The moving images

Videography and Video Editing is my bread and butter as they'd say. Going into my university education I was interested in media in a very broad sense, I had lots of ideas but no focus area. It was in college I found my focus in video and film.

Since then I've gained years of professional experience working in film, tv and video. I have worked professionally as a video editor, audio editor, motion designer, colour grader and camera operator.

I've edited for large Irish and international clients such as TELUS, Park Place Technologies, Irish Distillers, PepTalk and Blarney Castle.

I've also worked as a camera operator and assistant for  clients such as World Rugby, Irish Distillers and RedFM as well as a production assistant and data wrangler for RTÉ productions such as The Ballycotton Sessions Season 2, How to be Good with Money and Bush Kids.

As a freelancer I have done full videography, video editing and motion design projects for local business and organisations, artists and TV production studios.

Below you can find examples of my work and my showreel.

Showreel 2022

Freelance Work

Cora Murphy

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Brosna GAA

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H&H Design and Detail

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RK Stratman

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Personal Drone work

AV3 Media Logo

Av3 MEdia

These are examples of some of the work I contributed to at AV3 Media. While I was there I did a range of work but my primary role was as a video editor. Most projects I worked on were internal client projects so unfortunately I cannot share them but here are some that were released to the internet by the client. Other post-production contributers on these projects at AV3 were Gordon Black, Patrick Bahner and Rob Irvine. All rights are reserved by the clients and AV3 Media.

Let's WOrk together!

If you like what you see and would like to work together then please get in contact through the form below, email me directly or get in contact through my socials linked in the footer!

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