Tag Archives: Social Change

A Story of Life and Culture in LaVallée

I’m sorry to say once again that I will not be traveling to Haiti in June with the doctors—I have too much work to do but hopefully I will go on the November mission. Most recently I received a grant … Continue reading

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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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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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Photographs by the young photographers of LaVallée, Haiti

These are some of the photographs shot by my students that I submitted to PhotoPhilanthropy, an organization that promotes photographers around the world to tell the stories that drive action for social change.               … Continue reading

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