CARNIVAL!!!

Last month The Bahamas had it’s annual Carnival. This year however marked the first year that the event was entirely funded and operated by the private sector. This resulted in a few differences such as the elimination of the word “Junkanoo” in the title and the elimination of an opening ceremony. The controversy Carnival creates…

jodi

I don’t remember where i first met Jodi but i would always run into her while working events in the local art scene. I always thought she was really beautiful and wanted to shoot her but couldn’t figure out how until earlier this year. Unfortunately she was away in school at the time so i…

Kinky Project 3

The Kinky Project began as a way to highlight and showcase the beauty of natural hair. In the years since the initial phase the project’s impact has grown greatly and given me the opportunity to meet and collaborate with so many people that it’s not ‘just about hair’. It’s about helping to unify a people…

Styled

I recently shot Jason and Anna’s wedding and figured now would be a great time to blog the images from their e-session. I first learned of Anna’s engagement via a text message that said ‘So this happened’ and a video that she sent me showing the ring on her finger. I was soo excited. Anna…

Sunday Surprise

I first met Carola not long after I started in photography. She had messaged me about being her wedding photographer whenever it was that she got married. About a month ago i finally got that opportunity. Carola and Terrence had told the kids that they were going to The Island House for dinner and a…

Spiritual, Sensual, Cultural

It was after another project  meeting that Princess Pratt and i first  began to discuss shooting together.  We came up with the idea of using the theme Spiritual, Sensual and Cultural using a  combination of wardrobe and location in order to portray each aspect. After about a week of planning we decided on three locations; the…

#LoveYourLength

In the years since i first began the kinky project i’ve met many women from all different walks of life with interesting hair journeys. One thing that seemed to ring true for many of them was the ‘awkward phase’. This refers to a period when a naturalistas hair is at a stage of growth that…

Tappin

It was after last year’s National Youth Awards when a group of friends and i were talking life and politics in the parking lot of the Melia Resort  and Tracy Ann Perpall aka TAP  was walking to her car. As she was leaving  she hailed me and asked ‘When are we gonna shoot?’ I was…

Michael & Joey

Michael & Joey For locals and tourists alike, the Graycliff compound is a place where lovers connect and reconnect. Its romantic ambiance was the perfect backdrop for engagement photos for my latest clients, Michael and Joey. After a five-year courtship, the couple – who will tie the knot this Friday – let their love for…

Bahamian Bridal Beauties

Some of the best shoots I’ve ever done have been with brides. Their happiness and exuberance about beginning a new chapter in their lives, coupled with the multiple personalities that comprise their bridal parties, make for an energetic shoot. I now know that shooting bridal gowns can be just as over the top when you…

Love from the skies

There’s an infectious easiness to the passion Ryan and Doug have for each other. It made their engagement shoot that much more enjoyable.   Set at the Jet Aviation Bahamas hangar at the Lynden Pindling International Airport complex, there were a lot of firsts with this shoot. For one, I had never done an airport…

Pretty, Sexy, Cool

Meet Geena Thompson. Geena and I officially met while on the set of another photo shoot. At the end of that session I asked her to shoot with me and she agreed. I struggled for a while to come up with a concept until the day of the shoot when i decided to keep it…