Ayiti: Reaching Higher Ground Series
OPENS JULY 22, 2010, closes Aug 22, 2010
Ayiti: Reaching Higher Ground Series features a collection of photographs taken just after the earthquake in Haiti by Haitian-American photographer Regine Romain and founder, Brooklyn Photo Salon.
Thursday, July 22 at 6pm RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Régine Romain is a photo-anthro-journalist. She sojourns through a Haitian-American identity of hybrid languages, customs and traditions. Her transcultural worldview has influenced her life path as a woman, photographer, and teacher. Her interests in traditional cultures, social justice and personal transformation, stimulate passionate photographic journeys. Régine is honored to share her photographic imagery of local and international marginalized communities through exhibitions, lectures and workshops at museums, galleries and other venues to create dialogue leading to awareness and social change.
When not traveling, Régine produces documentary/editorial and event photography. She teaches young people photography, multi-media studies and poetry, and seeks to stimulate critical inquiry and to offer insight to her students. In September 2006, Régine will started an MA program in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths College, University of London.