Haiti's National Palace
Humanitarian communication, Photography, Updates

In Haiti

This year I will be spending several months in Haiti, working primarily for the Red Cross but also available for selected photography and video assignments.

Coming to the Caribbean is a big change of scene. It’s pretty much in the antipodes of Indonesia, but I am always happy to stay within the balmy tropics. It will be interesting to shake things up, work in a new region of the world, and expand my portfolio with new stories.

I will still be based in Indonesia and coming back often. No, you won’t get rid of me that easily!

Haiti's National Palace

A painting of Haiti’s National Palace hangs from a wall on a house in the neighborhood of Bel Air in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The palace was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake. (Photo: Rodrigo Ordonez)

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Latifa, 8, poses for a photograph at her home in Saran Maradi, Niger.
Behind-the-scenes, Updates

Sahel food crisis: Field portraits with natural light & Serialization

One of my photos from last year in Niger was used for the month of August in CARE‘s wall calendar, which is a good excuse to talk about that image and the related series of portraits. Continue reading

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