My business as a family photographer exists because people still hold a value for the time-honored tradition of family portraiture. People who realize it’s about more than just the images. It’s an event. Time has to be set aside, schedules arranged and often rearranged. Wardrobe has to be planned and prepared. Haircuts and tans topped off. It’s not always easy but it’s always worthwhile. It’s time spent together as a family, making memories, giggling, sometimes crying but most importantly being together.
Fortunately, my clients Chip & Ben honor this tradition.
What a difference a year makes.
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My return to Jamaica was long overdue. In the years since I’d been there babies have grown into teenagers and teenagers into adults, locks have grown long, Willy’s house collapsed, Sista P created a fabulous vegetarian restaurant in Hope Bay and hosts a weekly radio program from Port Antonio. Many things have changed during my 13 year absence but one thing that’s remained the same is my deep affection for Jamaica and it’s people.
Willy, my walking buddy since 1995
Swinging Bridge, Chelsea resurfaced
MarlonJack’s house had just been built when I was there last
Willy on the steps of his home. He lost his house in Hurricane Sandy.
Soo Soom Ba vegetarian restaurant Hope Bay, PortlandSista P’s radio program on Stylz fm Thursday 9am-1pm