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  1. Independence Junkanoo Rush out

    21 Jul 2022
    After 2 years of lock downs due the COVID pandemic people were bursting with anticipation and on this 49th year day of independence  it all erupted on Bay Street in Nassau, The Bahamas.  Junkanoo for the Bahamas is the life blood of our cultural expression . It has been passed…

  2. All Roads Lead Albany

    08 Jul 2022
    Recently my family and I drove from Raleigh, North Carolina to Albany, New York. It was a 5 day trip which consisted of 4 flights, a Dodge van, 4 hotels stays, 6 states(North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York)and approximately 650 miles. We spent the bulk of…

  3. The Paradise Island Bridges

    28 Jun 2022
    Paradise Island, located just off the shore of Nassau, Bahamas, is a tourist attraction best known for housing the famous resort Atlantis where people come from far and wide to take a break from their stressful lives. The 685 acre island is connected to the island of New Providence by…

  4. Quality or Quantity

    26 Oct 2021
    Selling your artwork on line is a challenging endeavor. You will find many experts and pundits espousing advice. They all claim to have the secret sauce that will catapult your online business to the next level. The first advice that they will give you is to upload quality  work.  To…

  5. Instagram is not for Photography

    26 Jul 2021
    For years I have had this debate with my fellow photographers about Instagram. In my opinion Instagram was never meant to be a platform for photography. It was not borne out of a love of photography like that of Flickr or other photography sharing sites. Those sites sought to engage…

  6. What Camera Do You Use

    02 Jul 2021
    The question I am asked the most is what camera do you use. Do you shoot Canon? What do you think about the new Sony system?  Is Nikon better than Canon? I am here to tell you that the camera you use in most cases means absolutely nothing.  What matters

  7. Has COVID-19 Killed the Brick and Mortar Art Gallery

    06 Feb 2021
    I think that everyone can agree that 2020 was a very challenging year. The Corona Virus  brought death and destruction to many parts of the world and even now we are still grappling with it.  It forced many of us to embrace concepts of  Digitalization and Digitization. Remote working is…

  8. City in Motion

    02 Aug 2020
    The City that never sleeps. I love the energy of this city. It has a beat all of its own. A life blood that is always in hyper drive. For this story board I wanted the viewer to feel the frenzy of the city. Its relentless, like a drug addict…

  9. Backyard Exploration

    26 Jul 2020
    During the COVID 19 / Corona outbreak our government like many other around the world implemented a nationwide curfew to stem the rate of infection in the country. This meant that many of us were relegated to our homes. As a population we all understood the importance of social distancing…

  10. Challenges of being a landscape photographer in the Bahamas

    23 Jul 2020
           The Bahamian landscape  When I first took an interest in landscape photography I was mesmerized by the towering mountain peaks and rolling green pastures I had seen as boy. I remember flipping the pages of National Geographic saying that someday I would be able to the same thing. In my…

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