This series of photographs was made while working with two non-profit organizations in Haiti from February to March of this year documenting the malnutrition of children and adults along with medical work in a small clinic in the village of Cezale. My intention with creating these images is to educate with beautiful if not sometimes painful topics. My artistic goal is to create fine art documentary work that speaks to the viewer on multiple levels, visually stunning images that also bring important subjects to light. As this project progresses it will include video that I am beginning post-production work on in addition to some writing.
I am driven by the mix of human and natural palettes in our lives. What we create, how we interact, our failures and achievements, but especially our struggles intrigue me. Though the world is becoming smaller on an information sharing scale our education, health and economic discrepancies are more than apparent if not growing in some areas of the world. This is especially true in Haiti just four hours south by plane but an entire world away culturally and economically.
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