McAfee, NelsonThornes, Pearson, Musee Dapper, PPGPL, New York Times Real Estate, Cornerstone Press, Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago, Archdiocese of Trinidad and Tobago, National Gas Company, Longman's Caribbean, DirecTV, National Energy Corporation, Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission, ANSA McAl, ANSA Finance, The Marionettes Chorale, Peter Minshall, Caribbean Hand Centre, Lonsdale Saatchi & Saatchi, KPMG, Caribbean Beat, Skullduggery Mas, Gayelle The Channel, Queen's Hall, Mango Media, Sandbox Entertainment, Guardian Media Limited...
The Service Commissions, D'Edge Consulting, Industrial Chemicals Supply, CIBC First Citizens, University of the West Indies, InvesTT, Pepper Advertising, Unit Trust Corporation, Atlantic LNG, Petrotrin, National Petroleum, Methanex, Housing Development Corporation, Faith Revival Ministries, West Indian Tobacco Company, 360 Communications, University of the West Indies - St Augustine, Consulting Engineers Partnership, Phoenix Park Gas Processors, Dalton Narine, International Interiors, WillowWorks, The Caribbean Court of Justice, Another Idea, Analytical Technologies
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I speak on photography and technology matters from time to time. Vidcasts of talks that I've given on photography and technology are available in MP4 format here.
Currently, I lecture in photography at UWI's Film School and previously taught photography at the John Donaldson Technical Institute, now a part of COSTATT.
I'm a professional photographer and journalist working in Trinidad and Tobago over the last thirty-five years. In my career, I have worked in corporate communications, editorial management and my work has appeared in a wide range of publications both as a writer and photographer.
BitDepth, my column on personal technology, is the longest running continuous reporting in the field in Trinidad and Tobago.
That project has been amplified to become TechNewsTT, reporting on technology news from Trinidad and Tobago.
Testimonials On her retirement, the late Gail Massy sent me this kind note...
It has been a pleasure working with you on many varied projects over the years, including several annual reports, calendars, and a day trip to St Vincent with your equipment to photograph the National Commercial Bank's Board members and employees, and which included photography of several noteworthy locations around the island.
One particularly pleasant aspect of working with you was the fact you have such a fantastic database and backup system. Case in point was the photography of the KPMG Board that we could call on you to resend to us a year later when the client had misplaced the originals you had provided.
I know that Lonsdale is quite happy with your work and will continue to request your services in the future, but I just wanted to send you my personal thanks for the work you have done for us during my time at the company.
I wish you all the best with your future projects. Gail Massy Editorial Manager
I just wanted to say to you that those photos you took of the iconic TATIL Building are truly stunning!
Great job! Sharon Balroop Group Corporate Communications Manager
I have known Mr. Mark Lyndersay for many years, and watched his exquisite photographic work at All Media Projects Limited (AMPLE), in the newspapers, and in private jobs.
Between 2003 and 2012 I engaged Mark to provide photographs for six of the books I authored. He did a fantastic job. His creative skill and professional approach produced elegant work.
Mark has also provided excellent information to the public in relation to advances in digital technology through a column in the Trinidad Guardian newspapers, and his own website, and on-line BitDepth newsletter. He has remained in touch with personal technology advances, and generally kept himself up to date and relevant in his field.
Engaging Mark Lyndersay is a strategic and sensible option. Philip G. Rochford Author & Personal Empowerment Specialist
Working with Mark Lyndersay in 2007 on the photos for a book on Tobago was a privilege. He has a keen photographer's eye and a fine sensibility for historical work.
In 2011 we asked him to be the imaging specialist for the photographs for a church magazine, and he displayed the same willingness to enter into the world that we were trying to share with others.
One can trust him to make every effort to get it right.
I commend him for his spirit of excellence, and am grateful for his generous encouragement at all times. Susan Craig-James Sociologist, Editor, and Writer
On behalf of the Chief Justice of Trinidad and Tobago, The Honourable Mr Justice Ivor Archie, I write to thank you for the provision of your professional services in the preparation of photos for use in our 2010/2011 Annual Report.
Your services contributed to another successful edition of the report.
We thank you once again, confident that the Judiciary may be permitted to count on your support on similar occasions in the future. Jones P Madeira Court Protocol and Information Manager
When I started my digital magazine, Outlish.com, Mark happily signed on to help us capture the spirit of young, progressive Trinis. Mark is reliable, perceptive, extremely adept at his craft, and knows how to make his subjects feel comfortable.
He knows photography, and he’s a people person. If you’re camera shy or extremely self-conscious, you can also trust Mark to find your best side, and make you look great.
What I love most about his photography is that he captures the spirit of people, bringing the phrase “a picture tells a thousand words” to life. The textures of his photography always capture your eye. Karel Mc Intosh Communications Trainer Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Outlish.com