Me, myself, I, mé féin agus mise. 

Writing about oneself is always difficult.
I have a very good life!

I'm an academic and graphic designer living in New York.
I teach and write in the Irish language and also run a graphics studio; these somewhat different strands very often intersect with one another. 

I have always been an advocate for An Ghaeilge, the native language of Ireland. I love the smooth sound and poetic nature of it and how it is woven through Irish history. As a child I wanted to learn more, as an adult I found the language waiting for me. I've experienced first-hand how language can shape how one interacts with the world.
That sounds a little weird but it is nonetheless true.

I love Irish language, clean design, color, dogs, cats, cocktails, baking, yoga, French, skiing, sailing and books in no particular order.
I like to play with words and dogs. 

I moved from Dublin, Ireland, to New York in 1993.
Nowadays I split my time between Westchester County NY, the spectacular Adirondack region of the North Country in New York State and the beautiful coast of Maine. 

How lucky am I?

Interview with The Irish Echo
Humor, a Weapon for the Bilingual


New York University, University College Dublin.