The creativity of the TT island pair is possibly the superior resource to its oil and natural gas. It’s likely the reason why Trinbagonians excel at visual and performing art, entrepreneurship, entertainment and many other fields.
On May 5th, 2015, artist, Che Lovelace, required photography of his latest paintings and sketches so to create promotional material for an upcoming show. These were done at his bright and breezy studio in Macqueripe, with the hot sand and the distant sound of ocean waves just outside. With the official session over, portraits of the artist at work were opportunistically made.
For non-commercial use, you are free to use or share these photographs if you kindly link and credit. The preferred wording is, ‘Photograph by Shaun Rambaran—http://method.moda’.
For commercial use however, please contact Shaun Rambaran directly to obtain written permission. We’ll work together to get you sorted fairly, and this would allow you to obtain the high-res copies of the photographs if they are needed.
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