Belfast Cafés, by Brendan Murphy

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Belfast Cafés, by Brendan Murphy

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Catalogue from exhibition at Red Barn Gallery, 2013. 
135 pages.
138 colour photographs.

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Brendan Murphy has won all the major awards in N. Irish Press photography. In March 2003 he retired as picture editor of the Irish News after 30 years service. He lives with his wife Geraldine and works as a freelance photographer.

His close friend and colleague, the late Seamus Kelters wrote; ‘The pictures show people from the city at their most relaxed, their most honest, their most warm. These are not posed models but have their own perfection in a moment when light, opportunity and the trained eye combines to deliver exquisite pictures. At the heart of this book is a celebration of people, a symphony of the city centre told in the purest notes. The subjects - the businesses and their clientele - are filtered through a prism which reflects their many qualities in sunshine and rain as well as in optimism over diversity.’