Koaito Grant: Taking photography to another level

Koaito Grant’s photographs are known to leave lasting impressions on observers, often dredging up nostalgia of childhood or a yearning for the pristine countryside.

Just recently his photograph titled ‘Fun in the Countryside’ was selected by the National Geographic team of editors and included in their ‘Daily Dozen Photos.’

Koaito, a self-taught photographer, left his job four years ago to take up this profession and has become one of Guyana’s most sought-after photographers by models and other prominent persons around the country for photo-shoots. One such person is the reigning Miss Guyana World Nuriyyih Gerrard.…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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