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About

PLUME is the collaboration between Sarah McBriar & Oisin O’Brien.

They came together through a desire to produce culturally authentic experiences and to empower brands & artists to do the same.

Through a variety of production experience, art direction, high impact visuals & carefully crafted media campaigns PLUME creates genuine conversations between brands & their audience in a captivating way, that leads to lasting relationships and a better understanding of each other.

 

Sarah McBriar

Sarah McBriar

Sarah is the brains behind Up Productions and AVA, an audio, visual, arts festival & conference specifically platforming electronic music and digital visual arts globally. Her background spans across Arts, Music, Theatre, Business and Tourism working with major players from Manchester City Football Club, Block 9 & Glastonbury, Manchester International Festival and the Warehouse Project, to SxSW and ADE. Her passion is to drive innovation and creative exploration through working with visionaries who push the boundaries.


Oisín O’Brien

Oisín is the owner and director of Plume, Guerrilla Shout, DSNT Records & their subsequent event series LUMEN.

His background is in animation, film making, techno, visual experience & event production. He has created work for Jaguar Cars, AVA Festival, Web Summit, Sony Mobile, The Irish Museum of Modern Art, SXSW and much more.

Oisín has had work featured on sites such as The Creators Project, Creative Magazine, Vice, Spin, Clash, Mixmag, High Snobiety & Nylon and has worked with BAFTA nominated animation studio Black North.

He has been the lead designer on lighting & visual for AVA Festival, working closely with Sarah to deliver world class production for her festival.


Oisín O'Brien