I know what a picnic means to me. Do you know what it means for you? I checked up what the word means, just to ensure my idea of a picnic isn't too far off and what I found …Read More
I call it the unsuspecting garden, because of the way the garden is nestled at the back of the main structure and home, private away from the main entrance and main road access to the residence. I loved the feeling of privacy yet that feeling of still being completely outdoors in nature.Read More
This one is all about the how, the secrets and all that photography has gifted me. Like how photography helped me keep a more uncluttered, organised space. How it helped me see the beauty where I lived. How it allows meRead More
How do you like your coffee? I like my coffee like I like my wine. It's either I like the taste or I don't. There is either a cup of coffee I like or it's that I don't. It's that simple.Read More
It seems that there are a lot of plant entries in the Journal lately. This one joins the collection and is all about April's Garden Club Gathering. I am still feeling very privileged to be part of this tight-knit club of Gardeners here in Trinidad. In April, last month, Aaron and I went on a road trip to Brazil, to Ms. Wendy Lee Yuen's Garden.Read More
So you went overboard this weekend and SHOPPED your heart out? yes, you.
Finally giving into your urges and becoming a plant mama? But, Now what?Read More
Linger Supper Club 01
Theme: Who are you?
21 April 2018
Linger is a Dutch (Potluck) Style Gathering and an ongoing creative food collaboration shared in community around a table
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
Succulents, my first introduction to them was at the Upmarket just a little while ago. I instantly fell in love and bought 4 from Melissa. She's been selling imported succulents and today I am re-potting them into these ceramic self watering cute little planters I bought this week.Read More
When Tishanna W. approached me to shoot a personal project with her my answer was Yes. Yes, Yes, Yes. Why?
Because she's what I consider a Collaboration Unicorn, among many other things.
I say unicorn becauRead More
An Interview in Freeport with Liselle C. of Builtwithouthands.com
She comes over just after lunch on Easter Saturday. We stay on the phone as she ventures west under the highway, THROUGH he tunnel, just after exiting the South Bound highway.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
A Photo Story.
For those that dream of moving to Gran Couva, Santa Cruz, The St. Joseph Valley on a large plot of land, with extravagantly long and winding drives up to a home tucked neatly away in between all the greenery. This right here is the next best thing. ...Read More
A Photo Story.
According to our tour from the Nanan's Bird Sanctuary Tours, the Caroni Swamp is located approximately 10 miles south-west of Port-Of-Spain off the North South Uriah Butler Highway.
We sat in a boat, fully bathed in bug replant, my camera in hand and I carried a sweaterRead More
There is a place and time for everything. Including Coffee. Coffee has no place when you're on a journey to fertility. No place when you should be drinking teas instead. No place when you're on a detox. No place as part of any nighttime ritual. No place if you're hungover or sick. You get what I am saying here.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