Essays from HAITI: Haiti on its knees but still alive
A massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake has struck the Caribbean nation of Haiti on January 2010, leaving hundreds of thousands of dead, injured and homeless and destroying the capital of Port au Prince and the surrounding areas.
After the first weeks of emergency, Haitians, who are used to survive with little to nothing, have responded by doing what they can to make life as normal as possible. They are finding refuge wherever it's available and trying to carry on with their activities in this incredible devastation...
Published in Vanity Fair.
A picture from this series won the 2nd prize at the Lens Culture International Exposure Awards and was exhibited at VII PHOTOS GALLERY in New York, Speos Gallery in Paris and Gallery 291 in San Francisco.