Culturego Magazine (pronounced: Culture-ego) met with me recently to discuss my work and my views on creativity, the music industry and my thoughts on how artists (musicians especially) can accomplish their dreams. Awesomeness!!
Their questions were a different: ranging from “What films would I recommend?” to “How do you see your work changing the creative landscape in Trinidad and Tobago?”. They also came to the recording studio that I occasionally do work from to take photos – Glory Dayz Recording Studio – located in Arouca, Trinidad. You can see the studio’s Facebook page here.
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Who is CULTUREGO?
Culturego is a branding, design and marketing company that is “determined to support creative and refreshing cultural initiatives, promote the work of Trinbagonian artists – with a special focus on the new generation of inspired Artists – , encourage greater audience loyalty, but most of all, we want to ensure that CULTURE is accessible to all.” Their clients include the Hyatt Regency Trinidad, TEDX Port of Spain, Heroes Foundation among others.
If you want to read the interview (and you should 🙂 ) click here.