Women waiting to get food coupons from the World for Food Program, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka, 2007.
Woman in IDP camp, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka, 2007.
Little girl on the railway tracks outside of a tsunami transitional camp , Batticaloa, Sri Lanka, 2007.
Women in IDP camp, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka, 2007.
IDP camp, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka, 2007
Singales woman that was displaced from the north after 1990, Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka, 2007.
Woman trying to fix the roof in an IDP camp before the rain falls. 2007, Batticaloa, Sri Lanka, 2007.
AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE. The mass grave of Tit Tenyan where countless bodies were buried. 2012.
Views of Nerette in Port-au-Prince, a residential area where many houses are still needing repairs. 2012.
A group of people with funeral wreaths to honor the dead in mass grave in Tit Tenyan. 2012.
Viergela Metellas’ home was destroyed in the earthquake and she was forced to stay in a camp for a year before she moved into a small house in Nerette, Port-au-Prince. 2012.
Crowds participating a ceremony in front of the National Palace. 2012.
The National Palace that collapsed during the earthquake; 60% of all government building were destroyed. 2012.
Jean Claude St-Victor lives in an house that has several cracks but has a green stamp which means that the house does not need repairs. His house was inspected but only from the outside when no one was home. 2012.
A upset boy living in the camp of Tet Ansanm in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 2012.
VANISHING NATION. Overview shot of Maiana Island which is one of the 33 low lying islands of Kiribati. The average height above sea level for the island is less than 3 meters. 2010.
"Vanishing Nation". A little girl playing in a tree on the island of Tarawa, Kiribati. 2010.
Students from St Joseph College that are refilling the schools truck water tank. On the Island of Abaiang there are no cars or any form of public transportation. Kiribati. 2010.
Fallen coconut tree because of rising seas and lands erosion, Island of Abaiang, Kiribati. 2010.
A disposed car in the lagoon on the Island of Tarawa. As Kiribati moves towards a more modern economy their consumption patterns have changed. As a result the lagoon is heavily polluted by solid waste disposal. Kiribati. 2010.
Island of Tarawa, Kiribati. A group of men emptying out contaminated water from a well. As sea levels have risen, many wells have become contaminated with salt water and can no longer be used.
In the village of Eita there used to be a sea wall constructed to protect the village. It has now been destroyed by rising tides and is threatening homes on the island of Tarawa, Kiribati. 2010.
Wedding celebration in Tarawa.
Boy jumping in the water from the causeway that separates the lagoon from the ocean on the island of Tarawa, Kiribati. 2010.
Mangrove tree in the village of Buota. The planting of the trees is a strategy by the government to try to hold the soil in place. Kiribati, Tarawa. 2010.
Children playing in Tarawa, Kiribati. 2010.