A marketing maverick and media professional, Richard Lynch of RichardKnows, has been navigating the modern, ever-changing mediascape for over a decade, and is now making his expertise and experience available to you.
Richard has been producing photo shoots, documentaries, and large-scale events for well over a decade. Since 2010 he writes a weekly double page spread called ‘I Love Limerick’, in Ireland’s oldest newspaper, The Limerick Chronicle.
Richard Lynch is a community activist and was named Limerick Person of the Year in 2011 for his voluntary work in the community and charity sectors. In that same year, Richard also won an online award at the Metro Eireann Media and Multicultural Awards for promoting multi-culturalism online. He is an actor, public speaker, event host and presenter.
Richard also loves to act and attended the William Esper Conservatory in NY where he graduated from their prestigious acting program in 2006. He loves both film and theatre. In 2012 he was introduced to the world of panto when he starred as one of the Ugly Sisters alongside Myles Breen, Twink, Leanne Moore and Dustin the Turkey in ‘Cinderella’ at the University Concert Hall Limerick. He made a return to panto with for the production of the hugely successful ‘Aladdin’ in 2013 playing the bumbling Chinese Policeman, in 2014 playing alongside Keith Duffy in ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, in 2015 in ‘Sleeping Beauty”, in 2016 in ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and in 2017, again as one of the Ugly Sisters in ‘Cinderella’.
Richard has been producing photo shoots, documentaries and large-scale events for well over a decade. He writes a weekly double page column in the Limerick Chronicle newspaper, Irelands oldest newspaper since 2010. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year 2011 and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards 2011 for promoting multi-culturalism online. He is a professional public speaker, event host and presenter. He is also a connector and professional networker.
“My tagline is two plus two equals seven. There is strength in numbers. I provide mentoring and have helped countless businesses’, community organisations and individuals get a presence in the press and online. Creative consultation, social media, publicity and marketing all are a huge part of what I do.”