The Pride Parade II
—Published on 2nd July, 2019.
In spite of grey skies and damp weather, the second Pride Fair and Parade takes place in Trinidad and Tobago. Read More »
—Published on 31st January, 2019.
'Yard Core' aims to get a group of stiltwalkers Carnival-fit in time for the 2019 Trinbago Carnival. Read More »
Fieldwork in Bush Bush
—Published on 30th November, 2018.
Sinead Stewart has chosen to write her final Masters of Science research paper on the 'Density of the Red Howler Monkey in the Bush Bush Wildlife Sanctuary, Trinidad, WI'. Read More »
—Published on 29th July, 2018.
With a music truck at the head, then vibrant revellers (some of whom in prettymas elements), then a shuttle, and an ambulance at the caravan’s tail, the parade cannot help but take on a feeling of a being miniature TT Carnival band. Many varied races, ages, sexes, genders, and sexual-orientations dance and sing together as triumphant Caribbean music plays and the parade slowly winds around Nelson Mandela, turning onto Tragarete Road. Read More »
—Published on 30th May, 2018.
Granderson Lab, Belmont: Tracey Sankar of Crick Crack Traditional Mas works on her pair of presentations for the 2018 Carnival Monday. Read More »
One Love is de Anthem
—Published on 10th April, 2018.
Actions have lead to broader, islandwide discussions, questioning the role of government, the source of moral principles, and to what degree ought a country’s government be involved in the private and personal activities of individuals. Read More »
—Published on 15th February, 2018.
Moko Somõkõw retells the mythic story of Sunjata, the first mansa of Mali, and his return from exile to found a great empire. Read More »
—Published on 15th October, 2017.
Trinidad, once called 'Kairi' (or possibly 'Iere') was aboriginally inhabited by many groups of Amerindian peoples who populated the Caribbean and South American region. Read More »
¡El Pueblo Decide!
—Published on 16th July, 2017.
Venezuelan persons symbolically protest Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro. Read More »
—Published on 6th April, 2017.
#1000mokos is a project aimed at building a community of one thousand moko jumbies (stiltwalkers) across Trinidad and Tobago. Read More »
Take a Stand, Not a Seat
—Published on 14th January, 2017.
An anti-crime demonstration at Woodford Square on Friday 13th January, 2017. Read More »
The King Show
—Published on 1st July, 2016.
Organised by I am One TnT, 'The King Show' was a drag-king pageant held at Alice Yard, Woodbrook, on June 17th, 2016. Read More »
Healing with Horses’ Buccoo Integrated Summercamp
—Published on 4th March, 2016.
The 2015 edition of Healing with Horses' Buccoo Integrated Summercamp. Read More »
A Woodbrook Lime
—Published on 26th February, 2016.
An annual lime arranged by Matthew 'Star' Whiley for the children of Woodbrook. Read More »
Raymond Durham’s 1st Annual Pavement Lime
—Published on 19th February, 2016.
A 'pavement lime' arranged by shoe-repairman, Raymond Durham. Raymond saw this as his way of 'giving back' to his customers and friends who daily walk by his tarpaulined workspace, located on the Park Street sidewalk. Read More »
Overheard at Protest on City Hall
—Published on 12th February, 2016.
Overheard commentary by two, unknown observers of a protest of Mayor Raymond Tim Kee. Read More »
El Socorro Centre for Wildlife Conservation
—Published on 13th November, 2015.
Volunteering at the El Socorro Centre for Wildlife Conservation Read More »
Four Short Stories
—Published on 2nd October, 2015.
Four portraits, and four short stories, on a walk through town. September 26th, 2015. Read More »
Che Lovelace in Studio
—Published on 19th June, 2015.
Artist, Che Lovelace, at work in his Macqueripe studio. May 5th, 2015. Read More »
Liming in the Ashes
—Published on 8th May, 2015.
It stunned Saint James when, seemingly with no warning, fire broke out inside Smokey and Bunty bar at around five o’clock in the evening, April 29th, 2015. Extensive videos and photographs were shared on social media websites, as the flames worked their way from the kitchen of Lanyap; a tenant of Smokey and Bunty which […] Read More »
Peppy and Pirate
—Published on 17th April, 2015.
– “Happy birthday.” – “Thanks for coming.” So began the conversation between two mature men at Kool Breeze bar on Saut D’eau Road, Paramin, on March 19th, 2015. Interestingly, it was neither of their birthdays. ‘Peppy’ Romany, the more lively and vocal of the two, went on to explain that they, and their other […] Read More »
The Port of Spain / San Fernando Water Taxi
—Published on 13th February, 2015.
On board the Port of Spain / San Fernando Water Taxi with journalist, Martine Powers of Bad Drive Trinidad. Read More »
—Published on 9th January, 2015.
A Port of Spain street dweller sits huddled, across from clothing hung along a wooden rod. Read More »
Archive Photographs from South Trinidad
—Published on 19th December, 2014.
Archive photographs from Otaheite Bay, South Trinidad. Read More »
—Published on 5th December, 2014.
Artists, Luis Vasquez La Roche, Alicia Milne and Nikolai Noel participate in a drawing performance, in which each attempts to image the others two hundred times. August 30th, 2014. Read More »