Emily Stein turns her lens to the beautiful small island of Tobago

Date
3 February 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

From the talented woman who brought you photographs of teenagers going nuts in mosh pits and kids blowing bubblegum comes a new and somewhat more reserved series entitled Tobago. Emily Stein headed out to the tiny, remote Caribbean island with her camera and snapped a small series in a bid to create a portrait of the young people who reside there. The collection is cheerful and informative: from the charming school uniform donned by the teenage girls, to the cool cereal packaging on the shelf of a supermarket – each photo oozes a bliss only found in the carefree period of adolescence. It’s a succulent glimpse into a place you may well never get around to visiting, and more proof that Emily is a rising star in the photographic world.

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Emily Stein: Tobago

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Emily Stein: Tobago

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Emily Stein: Tobago

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Emily Stein: Tobago

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Emily Stein: Tobago

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Emily Stein: Tobago

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Liv Siddall

Liv joined It’s Nice That as an intern in 2011 and worked across online, print and events, and was latterly Features Editor before leaving in May 2015.

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