Category Archives: THE HAITI PROJECT

Far-Flung Villages in Haiti

Last month I was asked to document a water source in an area in LaVallée that I had never heard of before—I jumped at the chance. Over time I have photographed just about everything but this would be my first … Continue reading

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AHDH, Inc. 57th Medical Mission Summer 2013 Hospital St. Joseph , Ridoré, LaVallée de Jacmel, Haiti

Our weekend in Jacmel at the Hotel Cap LaMandou is always a great time with lots of good food, good music, good friends and laughs. This is the time we change teams, one leaves and another crew joins in for … Continue reading

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Surgery at the Hospital St. Joseph, Ridoré, LaVallée de Jacmel, Haiti

Every person who becomes a part of the medical team has a major part in the order of how it all works, and after all this time I continue to be fascinated by it all. There are still many pieces … Continue reading

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Xavier University

The three women in this set of images are from Xavier University in New Orleans, Dr. Sarah Amering, Pharm.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Porscha Showers and Shana Simon, Pharmacy students. They organized the storage room and helped make things run smoother … Continue reading

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LaVallée, The Ceremony

This was a very special trip for me. I had a special christening ceremony to attend on Sunday morning in Boursiquot, an area far down in the valley below our house in Ridoré—I was asked to be the godmother of … Continue reading

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Medical Mission in LaVallée

These smiling faces are Nurses, Doctors, Surgeons, Periodontist, Pharmacist, Ultrasonographer, and students. They work tirelessly, saving lives, delivering babies, restoring eyesight and making people happy—never complaining just doing what needs to be done at the moment. I have been traveling … Continue reading

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Photographs, AHDH, Inc. Medical Mission

It is always easier for me to write for my blog while I’m still in Haiti picking the cabrit from my teeth and reaching for just one more piece of breadfruit. But now I’m back in Key West and all … Continue reading

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Photographs by the Young Photographers in LaVallée de Jacmel

I haven’t posted anything new since January, so I will begin with my students past work. When I first started teaching up in the mountains of Haiti the images students brought to class touched my heart so deeply that I … Continue reading

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Haitian Culture, LaVallée

I will not be traveling to Haiti next week with the medical team and I have been trying to console myself by making photographs here in Key West where I live but it’s not working so I thought I’d post … Continue reading

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AHDH, Inc.

We always arrive in Ridoré on a Friday and the team is ready to do whatever it takes in preparation for Monday when hundreds of people will be waiting to see the doctors. Volunteers bring large suitcases filled with supplies … Continue reading

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