Let me start of this post with WOWWWWWWWW.
Jeremy Cowart is a phenomenal professional photographer who has an incredible heart for people. I follow him on twitter and when the earthquake hit Haiti, he had the great opportunity to go there and photograph, but also help people. PLEASE check out his website HERE and look at these breathtaking images of the precious Haitians.
This is what he says on his website (it’s a whole lot better to just to go to the site and watch the video and experience it for yourself):
“After the 7.0 earthquake rocked Haiti on January 12th of this year, I was deeply moved as most of you were. For days I watched as the television flashed images of gloom and doom… dead bodies, crumbled buildings… It just felt like a heartless display of numbers and statistics. “How were the people feeling?” I wondered. I was tired of hearing endless reports from strangers that just arrived to this devastated nation. So I decided to go to Port-Au-Prince myself and ask them directly. My question was simply “What do you have to say about all this?” This photo essay reveals the many answers to that question.”
He makes prints available for purchase if anybody is interested!
I am getting more and more excited about our Haiti trip over spring break…so much so that I keep making typos as I write this and keep having to press backspace over and over.