Media fraternity in Jamaica mourns passing of veteran sports photographer, Bryan Cummings

By March 07, 2020
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The media fraternity has been plunged into mourning following news of the passing of veteran photographer, Bryan Cummings.

Cummings, who had been ailing with cancer for a while, died on Friday. He was 56.

Cummings was renowned for covering track and field events locally and internationally. 

He is remembered for his distinguished coverage of the Olympics and the World Championships.

Cummings joined the Jamaica Observer in 1994. Prior to that, he worked at the Jamaica Information Service.

The Guyanese-born Cummings represented his alma mater, Munro College, in track and field.

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