Blood On My Knife
by Fia Rua
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Fia Rua and I teamed up again on this video for Blood On My Knife. I used a more low budget camera to get achieve a roughness and grit. The canal at Digby Bridge in Kildare is a perfect location for an old worldly effect. This is one of those songs that gets more under your skin with each listen.

Video co-directed by John Fogarty and Eoghan Burke
Filmed and cut by John Fogarty.
Blood On My Knife written and performed by Fia Rua.

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Short Animations
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The Wish, Animation Short 2018.

Line and Wave, Animation Short 2018.

Dream Big, Animation Short 2018.

Church Song
by Fia Rua
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I've known Eoghan Burke Fia Rua since we were teenagers. After school he moved to the West of Ireland and focused on developing his talents 
in writing and performing which resulted a numbers of albums and plays to date I on the other hand was less focused. Our paths crossed from time to time as concerts in a haze. Now once again living up the road in Caragh we caught up to discuss the worlds problems. When Eoghan mentioned this project to me I was honoured


Video directed, filmed and cut by John Fogarty 
Church Song written and performed by Fia Rua

Track recorded with Chistopher Capewell in Dublin
Features Sweeney Lee
Ross Rooney
and mastering from Fergal Davis

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Victor and his Monkey-Bear
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Fabio Neves Musical Composer / John Fogarty Art Direction and Animator, NCAD 2015.

Saved
by The Credits
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Saved was recorded back in 2010. The video is a love story between two feet. 

Keep On
by The Credits
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In 2010 I was working on a number of personal projects one of which was a song called Keep On. Recorded the music and sang under the name The Credits. 

Paul Smith created the video at that time he was exploring films relationship with sound. The original film was extracted from Even Dwarfs Started Small directed by Werner Herzog (1970).