The Frame of Reference team underwent a two-day colour training with Colourist Alexis Van Hurkman in order to gain a broader knowledge of colour grading as well as to sharpen their skills. Alexis has graded features and shorts that have played at the Telluride and Sundance Film Festivals. He is the author of software documentation for DaVinci Resolve and the author of The Colour Correction … Continue reading Frame of Reference: Colour Grading To Perfection
Trees sprout up from the earth- fed by the soil, maintained by water, and given energy from sunlight. They expand- extending toward the clouds, stretching branches and digging roots deep and wide. Development and a myriad of human ventures see many trees being cut. But isn’t it a wonderful thought that somehow we can keep these trees in our spaces after they are cut? So … Continue reading Deep in the Wood Work with Tamara Harding
Words by Kinisha Correia & Photography by Niesha Brown The pure energy of good vibes, consciousness, whimsy and the unique celebration of stunning earthiness behind each Story & Myth bracelet and necklace has made the brand a steadily-building vortex that has gracefully washed over the locally-made, and undeniably chic fashion scene in Jamaica. More than just beads, Kristie Stephenson, Story & Myth’s founder, has carefully … Continue reading More than just beads… Story & Myth
The Teacher of the Term Awards sets out to motivate teachers from the institution to strive for excellence and reward educators for their efforts.
The InPulse Art Project is a long term creative arts and skills development programme that offers students between the ages of 15 – 25 studio-practice workshops to build on artistic skills.
“Thrives amidst challenge,” is how judges described Kelly Tomblin, Chief Executive Officer of Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS), who was named this year’s “CEO of the Year.
The Ebenezer Home for the Mentally Challenged and Homeless received a major boost on Friday, December 9 at the Terra Nova Hotel, as Singer Jamaica Ltd presented them with a cheque for $300,000 towards their operations.