Photographer Daniel Morel (top-left) poses for a photograph with neighbors of downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, featured in his photographs and visiting the opening of his exhibition 'Sonje' on January 12, 2015 (mobile photo).
Journalism, Photography

After the earthquake

I had the honor of attending the opening of a very moving exhibition in Port-au-Prince on January 12 — exactly five years after the earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010. 

When the earthquake struck, photographer Daniel Morel was in downtown Port-au-Prince, in the same location he chose to host the exhibition. Continue reading

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)