—Published on 4th March, 2018.
In 1946 T&TEC served 6,000+ customers and operated one power station—the Port of Spain Power Station located on Wrightson Road. Read More »
—Published on 16th December, 2016.
Woodbrook in twilight. Read More »
The Trinidad Theatre Workshop
—Published on 22nd January, 2016.
Trinidad Theatre Workshop - School for the Arts Read More »
Scott-Bushe Street House
—Published on 16th October, 2015.
A house on Scott-Bushe Street, Port of Spain, sits in mottled Light. Read More »
—Published on 15th May, 2015.
These photographs were made while on self-assignment with journalist, Martine Powers, in South Trinidad on February 4th, 2015, and in-between the creation of ten street portraits. The bright sunshine, which made walking through the streets muggy and uncomfortable for much of the day, also cast hard shadows which brought out the architecture and lines of […] Read More »
—Published on 6th March, 2015.
City Gate is the main transport terminal for Port of Spain. It replaces the former Trinidad Government Railway, which was closed in 1968. Buses and maxi taxis now work some of the routes once serviced by trains, in addition to many others added over time. Read More »
Richmond Street, Port of Spain
—Published on 27th February, 2015.
The most westerly street that spans the full length of downtown Port of Spain, Richmond Street is also dotted with car dealerships that sport architecture fairly unique to town. Read More »
Victoria Square West and Shine Street
—Published on 1st January, 2015.
Old buildings, renovated and modified to suit the practicalities of twenty-first century living, line the streets of Victoria Square West and Shine Street. Read More »
Park and Saint Vincent Streets
—Published on 26th December, 2014.
Enormous, polished buildings, seated beside ramshackle ones gives Park Street and Saint Vincent Street, Port of Spain, a curious character. Read More »
Duke Street, Port of Spain
—Published on 12th December, 2014.
Scenes from Duke Street in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Read More »