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Our Team

Martha Kearns

Martha Kearns

I can’t remember a time when I was not either reading or telling stories. It has been a part of my life from when I was a toddler and I used to creep downstairs long after dark and onto my father’s lap where I would lie as he read and re-read book after book through the night. I’ve always loved the way words could inspire, bring clarity and inform. Bringing that spark of the English language to our clients’ stories is one of the joys of working at StoryLab. Read more

Ciaran Byrne

I caught the storytelling bug as a 12-year-old boy, devouring the story of William Howard Russell – the world’s first modern war correspondent, who was from Tallaght, Co. Dublin. His remarkable exploits for the London Times included bearing witness to the Charge of the Light Brigade in Crimea. I’ve always been fascinated by newspapers and the age-old quest to tell stories in a simple, compelling manner. At StoryLab, we have that same ambition for all our clients. Read more

Erin Fox

Erin Fox

It might not be conventional but music and art inspired me to be a journalist. Interviewing musician Patti Smith at the age of 16 spurred me on to study journalism and follow my dream to tell other people’s stories. And managing the social media for a national arts centre opened my eyes to the various digital ways in which a story can be shared. Today, I use both those skills to bring a rounded storytelling service to our customers at StoryLab. Read more

Graham Clifford

Graham Clifford

I’ve always been something of a magnet for stories. Either they find me or I find them. During my childhood I was known as ‘the Detective’ and I never leave home without my magnifying glass! I still can’t walk into a café, visit a church graveyard or meet someone new without seeing a story which must be told. Because everyone has a story, every place has a history and every enterprise a future. These are the stories I want to keep telling. Read more

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