If you have a story you want told, but don’t know where to start, we’re here to help. Whether it’s in words, sound or pictures, for your website, your press release, or your social media, we bring a professionalism and expertise to the job.
We specialise in media strategy preparation, media interview training, and practical advice in managing your media content. We work with individuals, small businesses, political and advocacy groups.
We bring extensive experience, valuable knowledge, and a keen eye for a story to our work.
Aileen brings extensive experience and knowledge to her work, specialising in factual, news-based and quality content for events, websites and broadcast. She leads the team and is the first point of contact for clients, whether it’s help with a media plan, a podcast series, events coverage, specialist online content or media training.
Originally from Shinrone, in south Offaly, Aileen has extensive experience and a few awards for her journalism, in print, radio & TV news.
She is an RTE-trained radio producer, and was RTE’s Health Correspondent in TV and radio. She’s worked for the Sunday Tribune, the Sunday Business Post, RTE and the independent sector. She brings extensive insights and knowledge to her media services.
Moving to the Harbour View Business Centre in Dún Laoghaire in May 2014 has enabled Aileen to grow her business.
Aileen is a member of the BNI Forty Foot Chapter, the National Union of Journalists and the Enterprising Women’s Network in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown.
Dubliner Sharon Kelly has nearly two decades’ experience in radio and television production in RTE & the BBC. She was contracted in early 2016 by RTE to produce and co-ordinate RTE’s hugely successful and innovative General Election Candidate Online Project: one-minute videos of nearly 500 election candidates.
She also worked at the Oireachtas Broadcasting Unit, where she helped launch the Oireachtas TV Channel.
Having trained as a TV journalist & producer in the BBC, she brings a wide knowledge of OB production as well as a keen journalistic sense to media production.
She came on board with Aileen’s team for the “Arts Tonight” 39-part series commissioned by RTE Radio One in 2013, and is a key member of our team.
A Dubliner, Sharon brings a wide knowledge of TV and OB production, as well as a keen journalistic sense, to our projects. She’s an asset when it comes to advising people how best to deliver their message.
Flor Mac Carthy is an award-winning journalist with extensive experience in radio, television, print and new media. Formerly a Senior News Journalist with RTE, she spent fifteen years reporting on national and foreign news stories, as well as conducting live interviews on all the major news stories of the day in her role as RTE News Anchor. She has presented a number of television series, including ‘Nationwide’, ‘Capital Culture’ and the ‘Really Useful Guide to Words and Numbers’ and has co-written and presented radio programmes on arts and education.
Patrick Butler is the first person we contact when there’s a video to be made. Waterford native, and graduate of IADT in Dún Laoghaire, Patrick’s worked with Aileen on “The Green Fields of Vietnam” documentary – that’s the photo of us filming in a rubber plantation in the demilitarized zone in central Vietnam – as well as numerous commercial videos.
A great personality working with people, calm under pressure, and good equipment – that’s all in the mix when Patrick is on the job.
And yes, the coffee he makes is in the palpitations territory. Great for the late night editing deadlines.
Is with us until Christmas. Her flexible approach enables her to think about video ideas in the morning, help with the workshops later in the day, while planning our next marketing campaign. We’ll miss her when she returns to Scandinavia in December.