INTERVIEW PORTRAITS

 

during a 4 month commission with The Jamaica Gleaner newspaper, i was fortunate enough to work with a number of lifestyle and entertainment journalists and photograph some extremely talented people. some of the most talented people to walk the shores of Jamaica no less....


...please join me in enjoying how photogenic they looked, whilst they shared their stories...

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Winner of The Governor-General of Jamaica’s Youth Award of Excellence. Blowing his own trumpet ;-) Jamaican stylee!

Centre stage on his last day in office - US Ambassador to Jamaica, Glen Holden.

A pointed and energetic standing ovation followed The Conductor’s Cantata after the celebration of The Bicentenary Of The Abolition Of The Trade In Africans As Slaves.

Arms open wide to Jesus. Pastor Dianne Fletcher, of Family Church on The Rock.

Top marks & tenacity. 100s of 1000s of Carribean Island students attend The University of The West Indies remotely via the web, fax & post - thanks to these resourceful women.

A focus that nurtures girls from Trenchtown’s ghettos to The Olympic Games.

Marva Bernard is president of Jamaica’s “Sunshine Girls” - the National netball team.

“If I’d called an adult, they’d have just panicked” (!!) Modest 13yr old Don-Christopher Barnes saved a drowning friend’s life. He received The Jamaica National Hero Award.

The Bishop of Kingston pauses for thought whilst organizing Dr. John Sentamu’s visit...

...a musical feast is thrown for him a week later, at The Governor General’s garden.

“Fly like an Angel!” The Archbishop of York proclaimed to Jamaica’s Youth Assembly. And so they did.

Great minds meet. The Archbishop of York receives his honorary law degree from UWI.

IN THE PRESS