Tag : Photography

Classic Shots from Wayne Tippetts Photography

Renowned photographer Wayne Tippetts has recently had his original work issued via the award-winning publisher Cafe Royal Books so we caught up with him for a chat about his life behind the lens… VP:  When did you start taking photos and at what point did you know that you wanted to make a career of it? WT:  In 1986 shortly after studying Social documentary photography at North East London Polytechnic,…

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Peer to Peer with David Muir

  One of the most requested photographers covering Reggae, Culture and the Caribbean is David I Muir. His breathtaking photos have been featured by The Jamaica Tourist Board and The Ft. Lauderdale Tourist Board; and his photos of performing artists while on stage have been shared by fans who cannot get enough of his view of music in action. His coffee table book Pieces of Jamaica (co-authored with Sean Henry…

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Peer to Peer with Beth Lesser

  Beth Lesser is to Reggae and photography, what guitar strings are to guitars.  Her photographic work and coverage of countless Reggae greats has been admired and reproduced countless times.  Candid photos of Gregory Isaacs as well as recording artists at studios in Toronto and Jamaica (amongst other locals) are classics. VP:  How did you get your start in the music business (first exposure to reggae through your work)? BL: …

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