Born in Cork, Ireland in 1995, Daragh is a London based photographer who primarily operates through documentary photography. Primarily interested in subjectivity he describes as 'having a bit of fire in the belly' there is an immediacy in his work. Daragh's work has a focus on societal and cultural aspects often working in a spontaneous manner. His influences draw from photographers such as William Klein, Helen Levitt, Tom Wood.
Having moved to London in 2014 he cofounded the sustainable fashion business Gasoline Rainbows. In 2021 he graduated in Photography at the University of Westminster. His final project based on the Celtic Spirituality writings of John O'Donohue was shown at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool and included in Future Focus by FORMAT.
His latest Project documenting the Cork Jazz Festival is stocked in multiple locations across Ireland and the UK. It is currently on display at Juju's Bar & Stage in London. in 2023 he was selected as a part of GUP Magazine's Fresh Eyes '23, an international showcase of emerging photographers. The images included are from an upcoming project shot in the Turkish city of Adana.