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Royal Gazette Article:

MAETOG | "For Generations to Come"

November 2016

“The motto of my photography business is: For generations to come. My dad passed away when I was 11 years old and those photographs are some of the things I hold most dear. My aunt had one of those big camcorders that weighed you down and she has so many home videos, so many memories.

“When I meet with my clients, I photograph with the mindset that these are images that you’re going to have for ever. You’re going to be telling your children, your grandchildren and you’re going to remember that feeling.

“I look for those personal moments in the families.”

Family is her target market and Ms Edwards has earned a loyal following of repeat clients.

“I’ve built great relationships with my clients, so I’ve done their engagement photos, their annual Christmas cards, so they will push me. I’ve got the biggest cheerleaders. They have more belief in me than I have in myself.”

Professionally, she goes by the name Maetog.

MAE stands for Mark Allen Edwards, her father’s initials.

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The City Arts Festival

October 2015

The City Arts Festival event will feature the official opening of the new public art installations, a craft market at City Hall and an Infinity Arts Walk throughout Hamilton.The Craft Market will feature local vendors and a live performance stage for entertainment throughout the day.


“The Infinity Arts Walk is a 45-minute guided tour throughout Hamilton, where guests will experience 16 live streets artists and buskers along the route as they are treated to some of the public art displays within the City.”

Bermuda Artshow
Tra Si Efil (Art is Life) - Collaborative Art Showcase
September 2015
Local Bermuda artist come together to display their work at Rock Island Cafe for the month of September. Talented artist include:
Langre Edwards
Calix Smith
Carlos Santana
Trent Daniels
Trent Lightbourne 
Nealjhay Morris
5 Local Photographers Keeping Bermuda Sexy
Kristen September 2014
Fairly new to the scene, MAETOG describes her journey as “stumbling across a camera” during her time in business school. It's clear, however, that this photographer has a unique eye for catching a meaningful photograph. Doing mostly commercial work, her focus is on capturing creative displays of people in a moment in time that will never come back—a walk on the beach, a special toast or a giggling family of three. She has also dabbled in fashion photography successfully depicting the fashionistas as both confident and effortless. Maetog enjoys “capturing the essence of inner beauty” and invites you to share it with her.
Gibbons Passion & Fashion in Art Show
October 2014
Gibbons Company and the Bermuda Society of Arts [BSOA] hosted the opening reception for the Gibbons Passion in Art on Friday [Oct 3], with the two entities combining to showcase some of the island’s talented artists.
16 artists were given Gibbons Store windows to showcase their work, and the artist’s pieces can be viewed in Gibbons Company, The Home Store, Nine West and 25 Reid, where each window displays the names of the featured artist and the price of the art. Some artwork will also be located in the store.
Behind The Scenes of Fatimaya's Fall Photoshoot
Maya Furbert August 2011
Last week Saturday I had the opportunity to work with a whole new team of amazing people for Fatimaya's Fall Shoot. Even though it rained in and out during the day the pictures turned out fabulous! 

Don't worry pictures will be for our new ad campaign set to launch in September. . . Stay TUNED!
Special thanks to our new squad.
Model: Corynne Edwards & Dejhi (2011/2012 IT GIRL)   
Photographer: Langré Edwards of MAETOG
Make Up: Donika York of Basic Beauty Studio
Models: Aden Peets & Gregory
Location: King Somner of Inna Heights
Full Blog Post Here!