Authenticity is everything to Davis Muir, Rod Hagwood writes in this article for the Sun-Sentinel.
The Sunrise-based photographer’s first book “Pieces of Jamaica: The Real Rock Edition” (Words2Print Media Group, $45) is all about getting to the “realness” of the island nation.
“I wanted it to be a documentation of Jamaica for everyone to enjoy,” said Muir. “People walking down the street. People in the marketplace. Every picture is candid. I did that by integrating myself into the community and waiting for the moment to happen. I would spend three or four hours in one place.”
The book was officially launched today.
Even the subtitle is one of the “…subplots of the book, one of the treasures in the book of real Jamaica” added Muir, 43. “Real Rock is a rhythm. Every beat has a name. You will have a lot of songs that have different singers, different words…but…
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