Eoghan got started carrying too much camera equipment on wilderness trips to some of the remote places in the world. Over the past decade, many adventures have followed in some of the amazing places on this earth including a solar powered filming trek across the Zanskar region of India and a double helicopter evacuation in 96 hours from Baffin Island.
In 2013, he became heavily involved in documenting groups across British Columbia fighting against US thermal coal exports through their communities. When not filming coal trains, recording community events and government motions, Eoghan has been creating media content and researching the relationships between Port Metro Vancouver and the coal industry.
Mindagape owns and operates a wide range of professional equipment and is well used to setting up and capturing media in constantly changing circumstances.
Eoghan co-founded RealPortHearings.org, a website that encourages transparent and public commenting on US thermal coal exports through the jurisdiction of Port Metro Vancouver. Since the enormous success of the Real Hearing concept, Mindagape has been developing public transparency tools for websites to allow citizens to comment publicly on major development projects.