Pink Duck Publishing, the company behind The Cayman Book and numerous other high-end publications works with a host of talented contributors to bring our titles to life, both in print and digitally. Our contributors are long-standing experienced media professionals and industry experts in their respective fields. Think you’ve got what it takes to be a contributor? Email our Editor-in-chief at email@example.com and let us know why.
Janet Jarchow, Photographer
Janet is Pink Duck Publishing’s lead photographer, responsible for capturing many of our publication’s stunning editorial images. Originally from Germany, Janet has called Cayman home for more than a decade. She is an established wedding and portrait photographer, as well as a talented wedding videographer, working with clients from all over the world.
Damon Hardie, Art director
Damon is an experienced designer and Pink Duck Publishing’s contributing art director, with overall responsibility for the design of our three print publications.
Originally from New Zealand, Damon brings more than 20 years’ design experience. During his career, he has worked with some of Cayman’s largest brands, working across web, advertising, branding, and graphic design. When not beavering away in the office you can find Damon enjoying island life with his family, either out on the boat or at the beach.
Irene Corti, Photographer
Originally from Italy, Irene is a talented photographer who has called Cayman home for more than six years. Irene studied in Milan, Italy, and holds a master’s degree in fine art. Irene’s expert photography skills run the gamut and include underwater photography, real estate photography, and wedding photography. Irene also offers bespoke commissions for one off photographic art pieces.
Dylan Benoit, Food writer / chef / TV host
Originally from Canada Dylan is an established chef based in the Cayman Islands. An active member of Cayman’s culinary scene, his company Prime Group offers private chef and consulting services as well as food tours for tourists and residents alike. Additionally he is the host of Fire Masters, a TV show aired on the Food Network Channel, Canada. Dylan is also an established food writer and blogger, documenting some of the best culinary adventures from around the world.
Heather Holt, Photographer
Heather has had the good fortune of living in the Cayman Islands, U.S., Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, and travelling the world in between. Heather has been provided with opportunities to create intimate images of people, land, and culture. She has been in the Cayman Islands for the last 15 years and is the head photographer/owner of Heather Holt Photography.
Catherine MacGillivray, Writer / journalist
A long-time member of the Cayman Islands media, Catherine enjoys writing about all aspects of life. Although she studied journalism in Scotland and wrote for newspapers and magazines in the U.K. for many years, Cayman’s blue skies enticed her to these sunny shores. When not at her keyboard, long walks on the beach are one of her favourite ways to enjoy life in paradise.
Eugene Pascual, Photographer / videographer
Eugene was born in the Philippines and moved to Cayman at just seven-months-old. He later moved to the U.S. to study multimedia web design and video/audio recording. He started his career as a photographer and then transitioned into video and drone photography. He has been an active member of Cayman’s media and recently started his own media company – World Wide Premier – with his wife Krysta.
Jordan Charles, Underwater photographer
Jordan’s underwater photography career began eight years ago in his home waters of Wales. He quickly became hooked on documenting his experiences with the ocean and was soon living in Grand Cayman. His unique images showcase all facets of Cayman Islands’ marine environment.
Sheena Conolly, Real estate professional
Sheena Conolly is the broker/owner of Cayman Islands Sotheby's International Realty and is a board member of CIREBA. A student of Cornell University, Sheena has a background in the hospitality industry. She made a career shift into real estate when relocating to the Cayman Islands more than 20 years ago and has been at the forefront of the industry ever since.