Trad Sessions

Here we are in McGrory’s of Culdaff, Co Donegal working with the legendary Irish Traditional musician, Dinny McLaughlin. The recording session was filmed over three days, as part of a documentary, which will soon go into Post Production here.


Mark Mc Cauley (Camera and Director)
Brian Mc Veigh (Camera)
Michael Barwise (Camera Assistant)
Eamon Mc Kenna (location sound)
Neil Mc Grory (music recording)

Dinny Mc Laughlin (piano and vocals)
Martin Tourish (accordion)
Louise Mc Kinney (flute)
The Henry Girls
Lorna Mc Laughlin (vocals)
Jolene Mc Laughlin (vocals)
Karen Mc Laughlin (vocals)

Pic: John McGrory

Olymics Pre Filming

Well….unexpectedly I’ve begun filming for the London Olympics two weeks earlier that I thought. I was in London for a couple of days this week, picking up passes and doing some pre filming. This is inside the Olympic Village where the Athletes will be based. We were taken on a tour by Boris.

Cruel Sea

Here is the first song completed from the Henry Girls live show in Derry which Mark McCauley and I filmed in February. I’ve been editing this on an Avid Media Composer system using the Multi- Camera function.  

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Green Prescription

Filming last week with Cloghan Walking Group for a feature on RTE Nationwide. It’s part of an innovative health scheme, the first of its kind in Ireland, where health providers and the local community team up to help people take effective steps to improve their health. Follow this link to view our film – its the first item on the programme!v=1139030     Pic. Conor Dooley


Working in in the town of Lalibela in Northern Ethiopia where we were based for two days. We chose this location to shoot what will eventually become the opening to the programme. It was quite early in the morning and very warm. Two days previous to this I was hardly able stand up as a result of a very bad stomach bug and an 8 hour journey by road in the back of a Land Cruiser in blistering heat. Thanks to everyone who looked after me & nursed me back to health and we still managed to film every day.