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Still from'Chiaroscuro: Exploring the Effect of Light and Dark on Still Life Objects'

Video & Audio Editing Services

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+About Us

Established by Aisling Dunne in 2016, Sióg Media initially began as a means for Aisling to utilize her strong digital media based skill set acquired via a B.A. (Hons) Degree in Sculpture & Time Based Media. In the early days Aisling produced, filmed and edited raw footage for promotional use. However, today the primary focus of Sióg Media is video and audio editing, with experience of producing content specifically for clients within the cultural sector including a number of National Cultural Institutions. This includes the National Gallery of Ireland and the National Museum of Ireland. Our mission at Sióg Media is to provide high-quality services. Through open communication and exceptional service, we hope you’ll find what you’re looking for with our Video Editing Service. For more information or general inquiries, get in touch today.

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Corporate Content

Providing professionally edited content for YouTube, social media campaigns or via Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

+What We Do

Ads & Social Media 

Editing and optimising digital marketing campaigns to be shared across client websites and social media platforms.

Event Videos

Enabling clients to promote key  programmes and events to a wide range of audiences. 


+ Our Portfolio

'Chiaroscuro: Exploring the Effect of Light and Dark on Still Life Objects' Beyond Caravaggio

Artist-led drawing workshop, 'Chiaroscuro: Exploring the Effect of Light and Dark on Still Life Objects', inspired by the groundbreaking 2017  exhibition, Beyond Caravaggio. The exhibition was held at the National Gallery of Ireland. The video features artist Conor Walton, one of the artist leading the workshops. 

Glass Engraving Workshop with Róisín de Buitléar

In line with the Artist in Residence 2018 programme with artist, Róisín de Buitléar Ireland’s first ever-public classes in glass engraving were held at the National Museum of Ireland. German Master Glass engraver Wilhelm Vernhim led the specialised classes. This particular course brought together practising artists from all over of the country, including students and professionals, as well as Museum Staff. The aim of the course was to stimulate new interest and energy around this illustrative technique. This was achieved by bringing together a group of individuals for an intensive week of engraving. A technique that uses a spinning wheel to carve away glass to reveal an image or pattern in low relief. 

Snapshot Projects

A series of media from previous personal and professional projects filmed and edited by Sióg Media. 

The Proclamation 

Easter Sunday, 23rd April 1916: An estimated 2,500 copies of the Proclamation were printed by the insurgents in Liberty Hall in Dublin. Easter Monday, 24th April 1916: Patrick Pearse read the Proclamation outside the General Post Office (GPO) on Sackville Street (today O’Connell Street) and supporters of the Rising distributed copies of the Proclamation around the city.

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Reviewing raw footage to transfer desired segments into a new sequence.


Cleaning and boosting overall sound quality.


Providing clear concise closed captions.


Balancing and correcting over saturated footage.

Our Services
Hennessy Portrait Prize 2016

The announcement of the winner of the Hennessy Portrait Prize 2016 was made at the National Gallery of Ireland on November 29 2016.

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