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  1. “Iya” Editorial Photoshoot

    02 Nov 2019

    As 2019 comes to an end I’m feeling more confident with shooting my personal projects and photoshoots on film. Up and coming creative director Kim Friez contacted me and asked if I was open to collaborating with her on a few photoshoots. I’m pleased to say our first time working…


  2. Caasi Afro-Viking Film Project 2019

    01 Oct 2019

    Caasi recently shared the results of a genetic ancestry test she had done. It revealed that 87.5% of her ancestry is West African with a significant portion of that being Nigerian lineage. What had me laughing in disbelief, however, was the fact that she’s also 0.6% Scandinavian. Vikings came from…


  3. Jagari and Danielle Wedding Day

    04 Nov 2017

    For some love develops instantly, for others it takes decades. The latter is the case of Jagari and Danielle. Even though they attended the same Preparatory school and possibly passed each other several times in the hallways. The two didn’t meet until their last year of high school and that’s…


  4. Help Heal Denver Felukè Smith

    30 Sep 2017

    “All my life I had to fight” -Alice Walker Donate: https://www.gofundme.com/denvers-healing-continues For Denver Smith, growing up was far from easy. He was abandoned as a child, homeless for some time and struggled with Sickle Cell Disease. But still he endured. He found his passion for music at Alpha Institute (formerly…


  5. Focal Point S01E04

    02 Jul 2017

    In this episode of Focal Point, I have a chat with Donnette Zacca, one of Jamaica’s own who helped paved the way for fine art photographers of today. We discuss her early beginnings, alternative processing and how she created a one of a kind technique called “marbling”. There is more…


  6. En Route to Calabash 2016; Friday Night with the Indigg Family

    05 Jun 2016

    Last Friday I went on an interesting journey to Calabash 2016 held at Jack Sprat, Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth. Upon approaching the bus to leave Kingston,  I was greeted by talented Indiggnation keys player/Producer/ Skateboarder Paris LaMont. Yeah, you guessed it I was traveling with band members of the Indiggnation…


  7. Reggae Riot: Tribute to Beres Hammond

    05 May 2016

    On Monday, April 11, 2016, The Phillip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, UWI Mona, was the venue of Reggae Riot. The event is the brain child of the event co-ordination group Elysium Events; a group of Entertainment and Cultural Enterprise Management (ECEM) students at the University of the West…


  8. Breast Cancer Awareness

    10 Oct 2015

    “Adaptability” By Jik-Reuben Pringle It’s October which means it is Breast Cancer awareness month. Last year I decided to take action and used my creative talents to help spread awareness on this cancer. I had plans to do another concept this year but time got the best of me. So…


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