I’m Devito Wallace, better known as “TheVito”. I’m a Social & Portrait Photographer from Barbados.
I capture life as it happens; real people, real moments, real memories. So I work with you to catalogue your unique experiences in a dynamic way.
I pay close attention to the smallest of details that help to preserve your story. Because I believe that the most iconic moments need effective narration.
They’re your moments, I’m here to save them for you.
I've worked with TheVito for a variety of jobs personally and also professionally for my wedding clients. He is a true creative and ensures that your best memories are captured. He has a welcoming personality and makes you feel comfortable and at ease.
As Trade Marketing Coordinator for Banks Breweries, I hired TheVito to produce high-quality photography and digital media for my presentations. I was impressed by his drive, talent and potential; and his work became highly sought after by my entire marketing team. I continued to work with TheVito in my next position as Manager of Alcohol & Tobacco at Hanschell Inniss and I am very pleased with his consistently powerful imagery and reliability.
Quality work, professionalism and reliability is why we choose to work with TheVito. TheVito brings an artistic flare and great sense of style to his assignments. We chose TheVito to cover our Annual Christmas Party and Employee Awards Ceremony. He was friendly, captured all the right moments, and produced quality photos which he provided digitally and in print. Our employees were delighted at his professionalism and we appreciated his quick turnaround.
TheVito positions himself as a portrait photographer. Portrait photography in Barbados is not usual refined studio shooting. People prefer to show their cheerful character outdoors in almost ideal climatic conditions. Photographers can take amazing pictures capturing the subject in sea breeze and luscious tropical greenery. - read full review.
Tata Rossi, writer-photographer for fixthephoto.com
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