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Kate Horgan
Owner of Kate Horgan Bespoke Biography (I help people make books with photographs in them). Happy to be a member of
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I can’t believe no-one thought of doing this before. Perfect.
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Bespoke-Book Jan 19
C’mon lads. I know ye all have a few oul’ rolls of film looking for a good home
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Kate Horgan Jan 19
I”’m conscious that not everyone will agree with the view that I have come to ... but it is my honest view ...we owe it to each other to have a compassionate debate”. Said no pro-lifer ever.
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Kate Horgan Jan 18
Would ewe look at that light...
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Kate Horgan Jan 18
Replying to @dorcey10m20
Good for you Mary.
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Kate Horgan Jan 18
Let’s hear it for the public domain.
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Kate Horgan Jan 16
Look! Another Hely's premises.
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Kate Horgan Jan 14
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#WOMENSART Jan 14
Rusidah Badawi, Indonesian professional photographer and double amputee who adapted her camera
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Kate Horgan Jan 14
Replying to @kerriepoetry
Last Tango in Halifax. Like an upmarket Corrie.
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Kate Horgan Jan 13
Visit a New Digital Archive of 2.2 Million Images from the First Hundred Years of Photography via
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Conor Lambert Jan 12
I wrote a letter to my 12 year old self but his dog ate it.
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GalleryofPhotography Jan 12
Krass Clement exhibition at now extended to Jan 28th by popular demand.
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Kate Horgan Jan 12
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Tom Hughes Jan 8
..... and the Oscar for best Actress goes to 's female photographer. Bravo 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Kate Horgan Jan 7
Replying to @oconnola
“Shitje” is right...
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sorcha Jan 6
Devastated about the passing of Dr. Nicola Gordon Bowe - not only a fabulous colleague, supervisor and friend, but an inspiration to a whole generation of Irish design historians. She will be sorely missed. This Nollaig na mBan is for you, Nikki.
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Kate Horgan Jan 5
If you're interested in 19th century photographic processes, have a look at , back on Twitter after a hiatus. Very impressive and educational website too
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Patrick Kenealy Jan 2
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Kate Horgan Jan 4
Replying to @MooseAllain
Surely Ejohn not Edwardn
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