Caribbean Entertainment Hub is dedicated to the promotion of the Caribbean and West Indian culture throughout the diaspora and the world. Towards this end, we are creating an extensive digital catalog for Caribbean entertainment products (movies, books, arts, nightclubs, restaurants, events, etc.). Technically, we are creating our own niche or space in cyberspace for Caribbean products, arts, and culture. This catalog will be like the yellow pages and can be used by anyone locally or globally who is interested in finding Caribbean products.
Visitors to our site will be able to search and find information on Caribbean: events, Nightclubs, Carnivals, Sports, Movies, Artworks, Books, and Restaurants. We are a one-stop hub for Caribbean entertainment.
Our search engine provides multi-layer filtering to quickly help you drill down into our database. To achieve this a sequence of buttons is provided. Clicking on each one will further narrow your search results. This we hope will minimize you having to explode useless items and save you from wasting valuable time.
David Lawrence: Managing Director.
David Lawrence is a web developer and former educator from Trinidad and Tobago. He holds a master’s degree in Information Technology from Southern New Hampshire University and a BSc in Mathematics and Physics from The University of the West Indies. Though schooled in science and technology, his love for the performing and written arts has led him throughout his life to be involved in music, poetry and sports; he is now on a mission to help showcase Caribbean culture to the world.
Jerome Marshall: Graphic Designer/Jamaica Sales Agent/Blogger.
Jerome Marshall is a past student of the Prestigious Kingston College in Jamaica, he continued his studies at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, where he Majored in Visual Communication at the Fine arts Degree level, with added certification in Videography, Animation and Photography. He is also a professional Graphic Designer and Teacher of the Visual Arts and spend his spare time painting murals in and around his community. Most of his paintings and murals, including the newly refurbished school sign designed by him, can be found at the Mountain View Primary School where he received an award for excellence in Visual Arts. As a Socialite/Artist living in Jamaica it is his priority to emphasis the important of the aesthetic values in Arts, Music, Dance and Media in present day culture.
Shamar Blunt: Writer/Photographer
Shamar Blunt is an avid tech enthusiast who has a strong love of photography and Caribbean culture. He has worked over the years with Barbadian based media house ‘BarbadosTODAY’ and online entertainment magazine ‘Zeitgeist Entertainment Magazine’ to deliver sound coverage of local entertainment events ranging from varying party events hosted on the island, to smaller local theatre productions. It is this love of event coverage that pushed him to start his own photography business called ‘Framerate Photography.’ In his spare time he is a PC gaming enthusiast and lover of culinary delicacies.
Charmaine Lindsay: Writer/Blogger.
Charmaine Lindsay is originally from Portland, Jamaica. She is a Biology major at Claflin University in South Carolina. She is a lover of both the arts and sciences and when she is not engaged in school work she enjoys writing, drawing, and dancing.
Her blogs on Caribbean Entertainment Hub focus on the entertainment scene in Jamaica, especially in reggae. She also posts blogs of her poetry that highlight aspects of the Jamaican culture. She always enjoys applauding the great work that not only Jamaica artistes have done, but also the great work of all Caribbean artistes.
Vidwattie Moonsammy: Writer/Blogger.
Vidwattie Moosammy is originally from Georgetown, Guyana. She has adapted Barbados as her second home and is currently studying Mass Communication at the Barbados Community College. When Vidwattie is not engaged in her studies, she is a freelance Journalist and Entertainment Blogger and spends most of her days attending and working some of the most high-end events as a promotional model or representative for a brand.
Being involved in the media since 2014, in some way or another, she has an eye for anything new and trendy whether it is a person or thing. Writing is her passion as well as photography.
Nekisha Cyrus: Writer/Blogger.
Nekisha Cyrus known in the entertainment industry as ‘Neicy’ is a Trinidadian Singer, Songwriter, Model, TV host, Writer & Blogger. She is considered an entertainment Renaissance woman and has always been passionate about Media, Arts & Entertainment. Being a creative herself and so heavily involved in Trinidad’s Entertainment circuit, she started writing professionally in 2013 for Ville Ventures Online (a digital entertainment magazine). She used her platform to focus on upcoming and established talents in the creative industry. She is also a well-known Fashion blogger, known for her ‘Fashion 101 with Neicy’ blog (KYD digital magazine) and a Motivational blogger at her own personal blog ‘Neicy world’, which she started in 2015 because of her love for personal growth and wholisitic development.
By joining the Caribbean Entertainment Hub team, she hopes to give an exciting insight to the Trinidad & Tobago Entertainment industry and showcase what our beautiful twin isles have to contribute to the world.
Jamel Grahame is the holder of a Bachelor of Social Sciences Degree in Communications studies from the University of Guyana and a Certificate in marketing management from the Institute of Distance and Continuing Education in Guyana. Jamel has enjoyed several fruitful years in media beginning at Stabroek News and now at the Department of Public Service since 2015.
Find a job you love and never work a day in your life” was the quote which lead to Grahame’s decision to make Journalism a career; one of the easiest decisions of his life. Writing for CEH provides an avenue for Jamel to express myself through two of the things he loves most; the arts and writing. For him it’s a dream job but it’s definitely not work.
Linda Branch: Writer/Blogger.
Linda Branch is a communicator who loves to write creative content that will connect, build awareness and inspire. Ms. Branch, who was born in Barbados and grew up in New Jersey, USA, has extensive experience as a journalist getting her start at The Star-Ledger newspaper in New Jersey. She subsequently branched out to other adventures in life contributing her writing and photojournalism talent to other Barbadian and Caribbean focused publications, and working for non-profits utilizing her experience in development and philanthropy. Ms. Branch has a BA in Literature, with her studies including Mass Communications, from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey.