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I am a photojournalist and lecturer based in Kingston, Jamaica with an interest in sustainable development and heritage issues. I lecture in the Communication Arts & Technology programme at the University of Technology, Jamaica and hold a MA Photography from the University of Bolton (Dalian) and a B.Sc. in Geography from the University of the West Indies, Mona. My research interests include using photography for heritage conservation and developing teaching models based on national photographic cultures. I am currently pursuing a MPhil/PhD in Career & Technical Education at the University of Technology, Jamaica.
Since 2009 I have been a member of the Demotix /Corbis agency and am a former freelance photographer for Reuters, former photography editor of The Gleaner newspaper. I enjoy writing as well as shooting, and have work in several publications including Jamaica: Absolutely (2010); Moods of Jamaica (2004); A Tapestry of Jamaica: The Best of SkyWritings (2003); Guide to the Blue and John Crow Mountains (2008) and Insight Guide: Jamaica (2000).
I have participated in several group exhibitions, including the 2011 international exhibition of sculpture and photography, “In Family Unity – Unity of the World” in Moscow, the 2009 Edna Manley College Faculty Show and the 2002 group exhibition, “Private Thought, Public Spaces” at the Mutual Gallery. In 2002 I was selected as an artist in the “Liquid Light” photography exchange and exhibition between Jamaica and the East Midlands of England and in 2001 I received a ” Highly Commended” Commonwealth Photographic Award.Andrew P. Smith 's current location:
Kingston , Jamaica ( KIN )
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