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Catherine MacGillivray

Catherine MacGillivray

Political perspectives

The work of up-and-coming artist Iain MacRae explores many thought-provoking issues such as politics and self-identity. He describes his art as expressive, but avoids being...

Settling in at Sailfish Quay

When Robert and Anna Woods made plans to renovate their previous house in Savannah, they had no idea they could build their dream home...

Perfectly imperfect pottery

Since retiring last year, Danielle Wolfe has had greater opportunity to pursue her passion for pottery. And now that she has more time, and more...

Where summer is a state of mind

Mykonos - the very name exudes exoticism, glamour and a feeling of eternal summer fun. And the restaurant recently opened by entrepreneur Frank Schilling at The Grove embodies all these qualities with its laid-back-luxe Greek taverna style.

SunRays shining at Rum Point

Four friends had been visiting the Cayman Islands for many years when they decided to purchase a property together.

Hints of South Beach

Family home at the DeckHouses has mid-century modern and art deco influences.

To be beautiful

Babazeka Sun is the name of Heather and Steve Reynish's new home, which is part of the DeckHouses development at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

Secluded on Seven Mile Beach

Situated centrally on Seven Mile Beach, this private villa has been tucked away on a glorious stretch of sand for decades, yet many people still don’t know of its existence.

Berna’s garden blooms

A decades-long member of the Garden Club of Grand Cayman, Berna Cummins is passionate about preserving native species.

The Jungalow

Built 50 years ago, a house on the Seven Mile Beach corridor has been given a glamorous new lease of life.