Photo: © Rico X
1. What’s your favorite drink?
Well damn, that is a big question, depends on ones mood like most things. Being a super super amateur home mixologist or as other folk call them, bartender, I can knock out a range of different drinks to fit my mood. That also includes dehydrating fruit for garnishes and to look more fancy that we really are, then we got the process of making alcohol soaked cherries and of course the “Nutty Professor” stuff making “crystal clear” cocktail ice but as we said, Rico is super super amateur.
Oh got side tracked, back to the actual question, basically drinks mixed with Rum or Mezcal being my personal faves, if had to say MY drink, would be a Negroni, but then we have game night, with Man Utd playing, then the Rico cracks open a nice ice cold beer from his beer fridge.
2. Who are you?
3. Let's travel back in time... How did you get started with photography?
4. Tell about your project/photo essay?
Meet Mr Boro Popovic a local smoke ham and cheese producer from the town of Njegusi, Montenegro. We managed to spark up a short friendship for all of a few hours as he was intrigued with what a black Caribbean man was doing with a massive camera in the village of Njegusi and I (Rico) was intrigued with his little shop where he sells to passing tourists his homemade (literally in his garage) cheese, ham, honey and other bits and pieces, but unfortunately tourists have been far and few by the way due to somebody eating a bat (the verdict is still out on this one, don’t want to be sued) and starting a global pandemic.