Voices of Haiti: Photo Essay

In the wake of the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti in 2011, Jeremy Cowart hopped on a plane to the island, desperate to help make an impact on the victims’ lives. After a short time getting to know the locals, Cowart began realizing that it was the Haitian people who were making a positive impact on him. Take a look at Cowart’s inspiring mini-documentary which chronicles the time he spent bonding with the locals:

Here are few of the images Cowart’s “Voices of Haiti” project. The caption beneath each image is the English translation of the subject’s sign.

visual storytelling photos

“Love Conquers All”

photojournalism

“Home Sweet Home”

documentary photography

“I hope this never happens again. Too many people died.”

street photography

“Work is freedom and we have what it takes.”

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