The Creative Hub of T&T
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We document and tell the stories of Trinidad & Tobago’s Creative Thinkers and Makers.

Building a repository, highlighting excellence in creative execution. To serve as a roadmap for future generations, should they choose a creative path. They are aware, that it yields benefits for self and society.

In so doing, our goal is to add to the sustainable growth of Trinidad and Tobago's creative industry.


Drop us a quick note.

We'll be grateful for your contribution towards building a strong and vibrant creative community. Would you like to have your work featured? Have an idea about someone or something we should share? Let us know or submit your work here.

Do you want to write for us? We'd love to help you share your thoughts.

Even if all you want to do is say 'hey' go right ahead. We'll appreciate it. We read every email and usually respond within 72 hours.

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Meet our resident Crayons.

Dhano Mc Nicol

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A passionate, twenty-four hour creative junky, admirer of sexy typefaces, lover of words, aspiring life long learner, casual gamer, proud Chelsea fan and Regional Creative head of one of the Caribbean's largest retailers. If he was a crayon, he would be Mystic-Smokey-Slate Blue. Follow him on Instagram @dhanoman. #StayPassionate #KeepMovingForward. 

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Dionne Mc Nicol Stephenson

An actress, singer and attorney at law. Specializing in the areas of Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property. She has served as a Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Entertainment Company. Director of Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries. As Chair of the Creative Industries Sector Advisory Committee of the National Training Agency. Dionne currently manages a law practice. Consulting in the areas of Film and Television Production and Live Event Production.


Meet our contributing Crayons.

Nneka Luke

Nneka is a brand and communications professional with a passion for the world of film. At the moment she is actively contributing her experience to the development of the emerging film industry in T&T and the region. She will be exploring film through these articles - history, reviews,  musings, perspectives, and whatever else catches her attention.

Nikeisha Joseph

Advertising creative, photographer, reader, writer, listener, talker – Nikeisha is always eager to dissect society, culture, history and people (in all their complexities) through her creative efforts.