Director of Ronin Films. Producer, Director & Camera.

October 2016,

My Life: Champion of the World wins the IFTA for Best Childrens & Young People’s Programme.

Murder in Melbourne now represented by DRG and due for broadcast on Channel Nine Australia.

Just finished filming another My Life documentary for CBBC (more info soon).

March 2016.  RTÉ1.  Murder in Melbourne.  

Murder in Melbourne, 1 x 50 minute documentary plays on RTÉ1.  Massive interest around the world, including lots of newspaper and radio coverage.

Skillfully directed by Ronan McCloskey, this was an engrossing and deftly structured film that used the devices of true crime TV without becoming reliant on them.  The Sunday Times

Interesting article about the documentary in the Guardian here.

March 2016:  Pet Island Series 2 on both BBC & RTÉ…..!

This is the second series of Ireland’s National Pet Show.  Series one has been acquired by many television territories around the world.

Pet Island Martin Bailey and Jennifer Duggan

Dec 2015: BBC3 acquire Smack Em Up.  Great reaction and stays well up in the most popular section on iplayer.  View the documentary here on iplayer.  See more reaction here.

LA Vice (Ronin Films) produced in July 2015 and now available here on All4.  This has been the most successful series of shorts yet on All4.


CBBC MY LIFE documentary (Tyrone Productions) broadcast on CBBC in early December 2015.  Also broadcast on RTÉ2 & CBBC on St. Patrick’s Day 2016.

Smack Em Up airs on RTÉ2 Jan 15.   The amazing story of Fergal Devitt, one of the world’s most accomplished professional wrestlers on his final tour of Japan!  This documentary has become cult viewing amongst wrestling fans around the globe.  Did excellently on BBC iplayer also and has been acquired by a number of other territories.

Pet Island series one on RTÉ.  This is an original format, narrated by Pauline McLynn and described by the Sunday Times as ‘entertaining yet subtly disturbing’.  Represented by Flame Distribution internationally.

Check out my youtube channel here.   Over 3 million views.   

RUN GRANDAD RUN gets a great reaction on BBC1 Northern Ireland.

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