Mark Lyndersay is a writer and photographer based in Trinidad and Tobago. He writes editorial leaders for Guardian Media Limited, for whom he has written more than 1,300 since 2001, feature writing and reviews and his column, BitDepth, which has examined personal technology issues continuously over the last 20 years.
As a photographer, he divides his time between commercial assignments and annual report photography and personal projects like Local Lives, which examines the backstory of life and culture in Trinidad and Tobago.
Reading Time: 6 minutesAbove: Journalists used to be much easier to identify. Image from Everett225/DepositPhotos A TechNewsTT Exclusive In the four main installments of the Journalism 2017 series, the […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesAbove: Dominic Kalipersad, one year post-retirement. Photo from the Mr Kalipersad’s collection. I’ve known Dominic Kalipersad since I began my career as a photographer. Our first […]
Reading Time: 2 minutesLegislatures of the five eastern Caribbean nations that make up the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL) are debating a common new Electronic Communications Bill which will […]
Reading Time: 6 minutesAbove: There’s a bit of magical realism to the Government’s new ICT plan. Illustration using elements by MacroVector and Cherezoff/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1107 for August 22, 2017 So, […]
Reading Time: 1 minuteThe Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago has released the dramatically revamped new issue of its newsletter, TATT Bytes, featuring an interview with new CEO, Dr […]
Reading Time: 3 minutesAbove: Computer vision imagined by Sergey Nivens/DepositPhotos BitDepth#1106 for August 15, 2017 It takes a little while for anyone getting involved in photography to begin to […]