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Jazad N. Ali & Clement G. Williams

Jazad N. Ali Jazad has spent over thirty years as an educator. He is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and has a Masters Degree in Education from Mount St. Vincent University, Nova Scotia, Canada. He also holds a Diploma from the Agricultural Teacher Education Centre, Eastern Caribbean Institute of Agriculture and Forestry. Jazad is a life member and former Vice-President of the Philatelic Society of Trinidad and Tobago. He is the coauthor of the postal history book ‘Machine Cancellations of Trinidad and Tobago 1923-1997’ written with Ron Wike of London, United Kingdom. Both authors received APS Writers Unit No. 30 awards at the Stamp Show 1999 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. The book won a silver bronze medal at the China 1999 World Philatelic Exhibition, and a silver medal at the Stamp Show, London 2000. Jazad is a postal historian, forester, nature photographer, and a Disney fan. His nature photographs have been featured in company promotional material, calendars and tourist brochures. Clement George Williams Clement was born in 1956 in Guyana as the first of ten children to Beresford and Elaine Williams. After graduating from the Charlestown Secondary School in Georgetown, Guyana, he studied Electronics before joining the Guyana Fire Service. He came to Tobago with his Tobago born wife in 1979 and started documenting Tobago’s colonial architecture through photography. He worked as a freelance photographer for the local newspapers, and the Associated Press (AP). He was a Photographer 2 with the Department of Information, Tobago House of Assembly from 2002 to 2016. Clement is a professional Nature, Aerial and Lifestyle Photographer. He holds a Certificate in Professional Photography from the New York Institute of Photography, New York, U.S.A, as well as, an Associate Degree in Journalism and Public Relations from College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago. He is a photography tutor at the University of the West Indies Continuing Studies and Community Development. His work was published in the First Edition of the Tobago Book ‘Capital of Paradise’. Clement is the author of the book ‘Vintage Images of Tobago’.


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