Amy Brathwaite
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My photography work has taken me around the world, and around the corner in the places I call home. I've photographed the aftermath of natural disasters, the trans-formative process of Haitian metal workers. Witnessed families return to their new homes, their communities devastated by typhoons. Photographed...

During my time in Haiti, I came to know an artist by the name of Brutal Michel. He is part of a community of metal workers in Croix-des-Bouquets, just north of the capital city. He works with young apprentices to teach the trade, as he...