I am a Vincentian who has been practising journalism since 2002, including for entities in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG), the Caribbean, and Taiwan. I hold a Master of Arts degree in international affairs, with emphasis on global governance and a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communication. I am currently Executive Editor of I-Witness News, a news and current affairs website I founded in 2009, and the St. Vincent and the Grenadines correspondent for the Caribbean Media Corporation. I pursued my undergraduate and post-graduate studies in Taiwan, where I lived from 2006 to 2012, and, in addition to English — my mother language — I’m fluent in Mandarin Chinese, and Spanish. I am especially interested in Taiwan-China relations and its implication for Caribbean Community nations in general and SVG in particular, and the role that the media plays in the political process. I am a self-taught photographer, prolific in single-lens reflex photography, and enjoy physical exercise. I am a Christian who believes in strict separation of religion and state, and tolerance without embracing secularism. Politically, I am a left of centre social democrat.