My first real memory of photography was as a child in Trinidad and Tobago. Growing up in the Caribbean, there were only two seasons – the rainy season and the dry season. After one particularly heavy downpour during the rainy season, my father, an avid photographer himself, took me with him on a walking tour of the capitol where we lived to document the damage caused by the floods. With his 35mm film camera, he started teaching me about the technical and artistic aspects of photography. It was from that moment, I was bitten by the photography bug! Over the years, the many cameras that I’ve owned have changed and so has the technology but the one thing that has remained a constant is my love for photography. I really enjoy the challenge of capturing candid expressions and unscripted moments as they reveal who we really are as people.