Behind the Lens: Terel Moore Photography

Behind the Lens: Terel Moore Photography

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There aren’t any words to describe how our work unfolds with magic and purpose. Me and Terel put our best foot forward; we seek to show you the best of our culture and heritage and the best of ourselves" - Kiki There’s never been a time in my life when I’ve not had an unbreakable creative bond. In my earlier years, the creatives were my parents, for I was the baby backstage at hair shows, and on the set of fashion shoots mimicking their flamboyant flair with hair on those poor training dolls. When I started to explore styling and art direction independently, I’ve always been fortunate to find everlasting loyalty in photographers who shared a similar vision. From British/Jamaican photographer Jerome Williams, British/Lucian photographer Frederique Rapier to Swedish/Brazilian photographer Erika Lager, we not only created together but formed meaningful friendships that I cherish to this day.  I am beyond grateful to have found that in Grenada with photographer Terel Moore. To say Terel, gets me, is an understatement. There aren’t any words to describe how our work unfolds with magic and purpose. What we capture is not only fuelled by our passion but a common desire to express how fascinated and impressed we are by the beauty of our homeland, Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. When we work, we put our best foot forward; we seek to show you the best of our culture and heritage and the best of ourselves. Our ability to share heartwarming stories, the character of our people and the enchantment of this place we get to call home peacefully and respectfully every single shoot is rare. I’m honoured to finally publish my conversation with the photographer behind the lens, Terel Moore. And feature our very first shoot at La Sagesse Hotel, Restaurant and Beach…

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