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Trevor O’Rourke is on a mission to put the fun back into portrait photography.

8th November, 2008

Trevor O’Rourke is on a mission to put the fun back into portrait photography.

Feeling that families were often put off by the cost and inconvenience of traditional studio portraits, he set up Picturehouse Photography. A company with a difference, it runs a ‘mobile studio’ service, giving people the choice of being photographed in their own homes.

Originally from Killiney in south Dublin, O’Rourke started out as an outdoor sports trainer,...

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