The Bahamian Project Preserves History Through Portraiture

Thursday 21st, July 2016 / 10:13 Published by


As The Bahamian Project wraps up its latest series of portraits, photographer Duke Wells tells The Tribune’s Cara Hunt about documenting the faces of the Bahamas and the need for a national portrait gallery.

Veteran photographer Duke Wells feels the portraits he takes for the Bahamian Project are more than just “nice pictures”; they are images that will help preserve the heart and soul of the people of this country for generations to come.

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