From the first moment that a camera came into my possession in 2004 until today, making images has been one of the major driving forces of my life. This medium has been a source of celebration, catharsis, remembrance and discovery. Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, I moved to New York City in 2009, dreaming of this city as the mecca of photography.
I had the good fortune to follow my passion, first at the International Center of Photography (GS, class of 2010) and then at Cornell University (MFA, class of 2014).
ICP allowed me to hone the technical side of my craft and introduced me to the world of conceptual photography. Later on, the time that I would spend upstate in 'north star territory' deepened the historical and theoretical aspects of my practice. My formal education allowed me to see even more clearly the links that bind those of us from every region of the Americas.
My work has been featured in numerous publications, local and international; in both group and solo shows in New York City, London, and a number of Caribbean islands; I have also had the opportunity to act as curator and co-curator for several shows.
I invite you to peruse this site and look through my lens for a while. Let me know if I can bring my passion and joy to one of your events; use it to capture your likeness; loan it to your space via a photographic object from my store.
Thanks for stopping by!