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The Game is not Dying
Max Feehan

The Game Is Not Dying, Max Feehan

The Game Is Not Dying, Max FeehanThe Game is not Dying
Max Feehan
Griffith College and PhotoIreland


32 pages
150 x 210 mm
ISBN Not Available


Sport has the power to change lives. With over 1.7 million people actively participating in sport each week, its role in Irish society cannot be undervalued. It is well known that the physical and mental benefits of playing any sport from the early days are immense. Their abrupt end in the last fourteen months has been damaging for so many of those involved in the GAA setup. For Jack Cullinan, the challenges have been overpowering for him and his teammates. This series of Images reflects on Jack’s Solo venture. Jack’s unaccompanied training routines broaden away from the back garden and the local GAA Grounds. When the time comes Jack will be ready to step back out onto the pitch.
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About the Artist
Max is a sports Photographer who shoots commercial, editorial and action projects.

About the Publishers
Founded in 2009, PhotoIreland was conceived as an organisation that stimulates a dialogue around photography in Ireland by developing a varied array of initiatives and events with a strong participative approach.

Griffith College is a private university based in Dublin.

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