Description Little Cayman is the smallest of the three Cayman Islands, a British overseas territories, both in area and population. It is located in the Caribbean Sea, about 87 miles (140 km) northeast of Grand Cayman and five miles (8 km) west of Cayman Brac. Little Cayman has a permanent population of less than 170 and is less than ten square miles in area, about ten miles (16 km) long and one mile (1.6 km) wide. The first recorded sighting of Little Cayman, along with Cayman Brac, was by Christopher Columbus on May 10, 1503 on his fourth and final voyage, when heavy winds forced his ship off course. At that time, he named the islands 'Las Tortugas' for the many sea turtles found living there. The islands were later renamed 'Las Caymanas' for the iguanas that were thought to be caimans living there.
David Charles Lloyd, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands Member Since August 2010 Artist Statement I am originally from Coventry, England and after spending a number of years living and working in London I decided to move to the beautiful Cayman Islands in the Caribbean. Since a very early age I have been passionate about photography and the creative art of capturing the beauty of people and places in my photographs as I see with my own eyes. I have conducted training with the Institute of Professional Photography, England, the New York Institute of Photography and I am a member of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain.
My photography includes fashion, weddings, portraiture, travel, landscapes and commercial. I work internationally so feel free to contact me for my professional rates, schedule and portfolio.