1. What quality do you like most in women?
It's a tie between dedication and the ability to hang with the boys.
2. Your happiest moment?
Being immersed in music with my friends.
3. Your secret fear?
To be buried alive.
4. Which living person do you admire the most?
My mom. Beyond her dedication to me she has amazing talents.
5. What quality do you value most in your friends, both male and females?
6. What is your greatest extravagance?
Food and stationery.
7. The place you'd like to visit before you die?
Africa, particularly Egypt.
8. What is your favourite journey?
My current journey – holistic self-discovery.
9. What advice will you give to people wishing to enter your field?
Get educated about the field, travel, keep informed and mind your business!
10. What is your current state of mind?
11. What is the trait you most deplore in others?
12. What is your greatest joy?
Improving someone's confidence.
13. What is your biggest turn-on in a woman?
All-round fitness and sex appeal.
14. What is your guilty pleasure?
Eating junk food late at night.
15. What is your lowest depth of misery?
None current, it was most likely in the past and I don't carry baggage.
16. What is your pet peeve?
17. What do you get most complimented about?
My skill set and my vibe.
18. When was the last time you cried?
19. What was the first thing you did this morning?
Checked my BlackBerry messages and emails.
20. What do you consider your most cherished virtue?
Compassion and my sincerity in motivating people.
21. If you had one personal wish (which you alone can benefit from, hence world peace etc. would not be applicable, what would it be?
A huge investment in my business and much cash for experimental work and travel.
Jaumark Pierre is a creative director who currently works with his own company jauPierre ltd. With over 10 years experience in fashion design, branding and make-up, his company provides a full studio service to clients. From a very young age Pierre's schoolteachers realised he had the potential to make a significant contribution to the creative world. Everything pertaining to modern art seemed to interest the budding artist. Growing up Pierre was always guilty of drawing nude women behind his notebooks. He would then sketch clothes to disguise his interest in the anatomy to protect himself from scolding.
Although it was expected that he would pursue advance courses related to design, he began his career pursuing mechanical engineering at The John S Donaldson Technical Institute in 2002. He then switched to medicine in 2004, before eventually working on botanical research for Oxford University and The University of the West Indies at the National Herbarium of Trinidad and Tobago in 2006. It was at the Herbarium that Pierre begun reuniting with his creative genes dealing with the extensive species of plants.
Currently pursuing a BA in Fashion Design at UTT and Graphic Design at Btech, Pierre's design skill set is overflowing into his gift of constructive make-up. Building structure with make-up, according to him is a service for women of all ages, all stages and portraits.