ABOUT ME

Ronnie Murphy

It’s not a glass eye, honestly!

Welcome to my website and my online photo galleries.  A wee bit about myself.  Firstly, I am 49 and separated with 2 children.  Although Glasgow born and bred I am now living on the outskirts in Renfrew with my wee dog, Kara.   My interest in photography started a long time ago and I loved incorporating it into my former employment, which was as a driver for Royal Mail, in Glasgow. I delivered mail to all over Scotland, and having time to take pictures at the many lovely places I went to was something I really enjoyed.  Sadly, I had to take ill-health retirement in 2012 and it was then I took up photography seriously.

I am now a qualified photographer having studied at West College Scotland, gaining first my National Certificate and then the Higher National Certificate a year later.  This year I am returning to do my Higher National Diploma.   It was at WCS that I made a lot of friends with fellow students and I am still very much in touch with many of them to this day. 

In my spare time, I love to take my camera out for fun road trips with my good friends who are also photographers.  I am a crew member of the Scottish Ghost Company. an events company that provides public ghost hunts around Scotland at supposedly haunted locations. I also volunteer to drive a minibus for Erskine Park Home which is a care facility for war veterans and their spouses who suffer from many forms and stages of dementia. I really enjoy driving and doing it for some very amazing people is both an honour and a pleasure. Just recently I have been involved in taking photographs for Renfrew FC.

I hope you enjoy looking at my pictures and if you are not from Scotland then they may inspire you to actually make the trip to what is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and see it for yourself.
 
 If you think I could be of assistance or if you would like to use any of my services or images, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
 

At this time of dealing with the many effects of Covid I wish you and yours well.

RONNIE