Visualize what you want to create before even sitting, setting up to create it. Make it in your mind, play with your visuals. You can make no mistakes here…Read More
These are the things I did consciously and unconsciously since first being approached and then accepting to actually work with a Major Brand on my first regional Campaign.Read More
Observing nature is seen as an opportunity to enter a mind state of gentleness, of oneness, belonging, a foregoing of absolute control over the operation of our lives, simply by being reminded that we are indeed not in control over nature...Read More
I didn't start off watermarking my photos. I was advised to start.
This was three years ago.
Since then I have battled with the idea : to watermark or not to watermark. I understand the pros and cons of a visual watermark on an artists photography, personally however I believe unless to specifically communicate a partnership, sponsorship or something specific because I find it distracting, I prefer "not to watermark". I am scolded often because of this preference but try and tend to stick to the advise, "to watermark", of my trusted advisers that are not so closely tied to my work.
I will discuss some of the ways I have watermarked in the past. Over the yearsRead More
My vision is of an essential, purposeful rich-local life. I am approaching this as slowly as this feels and hope to inspire a similar slowness in you.Read More
At 9.45 on Saturday I walked into the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago to begin their two day, weekend long class in water colour painting with Artist Clayton De Freitas. I walked in through the glass door, to an almost already filled space, excited as can be ready and eager to start after having made my first batch of manual brewed coffee at home, for two.Read More
Have you ever walked the land after a bush fire. Taken time to look at the damage, the colours, the contrast. There is nothing I love more than being at home and not having much of anything planned that takes me away.Read More
There we roses on the ground in the pathway on the western side of the house...I thought to salvage them and pick one fresh off the tree. Took them inside while I had coffee. I cherished this moment with my camera because it felt so romantic.Read More