About Me

Hello, please let me introduce myself, my name is Stephen Baxter, photographer and owner of 'Gaelic Memories Photography'. My love for photography started way back in the early 70s, owning my first ever camera a Praktica MTL-3, purchased secondhand and a little worse for wear but it inspired me to develop a great love for photography.

Moving back home to Ireland in 2008 rekindled my inspiration for capturing beautiful images. Technology has moved on since my early days, digital cameras are able to capture stunning detail and developed on computers, no more chemicals, fragile film or enlargers required.

My photographs aim to capture the essence of the Irish people, it's lands, its culture and its history.

The Irish landscape is stunning and extremely diverse, from its wet bogland to the mountainous regions of Connemara where the ‘Wild Atlantic’ meets the rugged coast of Ireland.

I currently shoot with a Nikon D850 a superb digital camera that allows me to capture the highest quality photographs.

I was invited to give a talk with my good friend Declan on ‘Photographing the Aurora’ at Whelan Cameras in Limerick; the first-ever sellout event at the store. Together we have also run extremely successful digital photography courses within local communities.

Gaelic Memories was featured on irishcentral.com the most expansive Irish website in Northern America. Feel free to click the link, it's a great article and promotes Ireland abroad.

Please enjoy your visit to my website today, if you have any questions or suggestions please contact me.

Gaelic Memories Photography

Marc Baxter. Ex-director of Sonic Blue Ltd & Sonic Blue Entertaining Ltd. Now happily working with Gaelic Memories Photography as his Promotion and Media Manager

Marc (Stephen’s brother) as both an artist and a co-managing director within his previous companies, has a wealth of experience that cross threads multiple genres of performance and art. His portfolio of work has been vastly diverse over the years.

In the past, he has coordinated both homegrown and international events, secured sponsorship and advertising with large brand names such as Marshall Amps, and secured multiple albums releases for artists/bands via China’s 2nd biggest publishing company which in turn lead to shows with attending audiences of 350,000 plus.

We feel these past exploits will contribute to Gaelic Memories and its business growth.

Please contact Marc directly to discuss your all promotional or media aspects of the business.