Mark Lyndersay is a writer and photographer based in Trinidad and Tobago.
As a photographer, he has executed commercial assignments and annual report photography and personal projects over the last 40 years and his work has appeared in all three local dailies and a range of publications, from Caribbean Beat to the New York Times.

He has taught photographers for more than 30 years, beginning at John Donaldson Technical Institute in the 1980’s. He now delivers a course on photography for UWI’s Film School and is a resource lecturer for selected students of Trinity College, Hartford who participate in the Trinity in Trinidad programme.

Mark has served as the Picture Editor of the Trinidad Guardian and acted as Chief Photographer for the Trinidad Express. He was Chief Photographer for the online magazine
His commercial and personal photography projects are in the process of being migrated to this new version of the website.

He is the editor of, an online news publication covering technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago founded in 2014 and writes BitDepth, a weekly column which has explored personal technology continuously over the last 24 years.
He is the editor of the OpEdTT opinion leadership section of the web publication

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