I began shooting seriously after leaving school. My father was a very good amateur photographer who shot and processed his own film in his home made darkroom. I spent a good deal of time with him and I guess he was my influence.
I worked for some years with various professionals before going of into the field of newspaper photography. Currently, I work in the petroleum industry as a staff photographer for the national oil company, The Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago.
I love shooting historical buildings, the female form and nature. In terms of equipment, I have to nikon bodies, a N90s and F100, and a series of lenses and portable lighting equipment. I have recently, thought cautiously, entered the digital fray with an Olympus E20N.
I will soon be posting some of my work and a profile photo.