One Month Old is the story of the aftermath of Haiti's recent earthquake. From the streets of Port au Prince to the camps of the NGOs and the command of the US Army, the Haitian land is now a terrain of both despair and economic investment.
I BELIEVE THAT THE EYE CAPTURES DETAILS UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS OF SHADES, LIGHT OR PROXIMITY TO OTHER THINGS AND WITHIN A TWENTY-FOUR HOUR TIME FRAME, THOSE DETAILS EMBODY A STRUCTURAL SENSE OF BEAUTY AND DARKNESS.
Born in New York City, Sebastiano Tomada was raised in Italy were he lived until the age of 18. He then moved back to the US were he studied and worked alongside the most creative minds in the editorial and photographic world. He is graduating with a double major in Media Studies and Photography at the The New School and Parsons University. With a passion for documentary he has travelled for reportage purposes and has worked alongside the Army and many NGOs on humanitarian projects in South/Central America and Africa.
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