Voices of Haiti is a daily photo essay by photographer Jeremy Cowart. With these poignant and powerful images he has captured the hearts of the people of Haiti and helped to spread their concerns, hurts and passions across the world.

This is Jerry. We wanted to share his story with you. From the Voices of Haiti website:

Jerry is the star graffiti artist in Haiti. You can see his positive messages everywhere you go in Port-Au-Prince. He initially turned down this offer cause he didn’t want people to know his face. But he then changed his mind and said “It’s at times like this that artists must lead the way.”

The Voices of Haiti project has grown considerably and we’d love to show you more, but there’s really no way we could do it justice. You need to experience it yourself. Visit the site right now.

If you don’t know of Jeremy Cowart’s other work – oh man. Take several moments and check out his images: here. He is also the creator of Help Portrait, a worldwide movement of photographers giving free portraits to those less fortunate. We could go on and on – but to be honest – we’re hoping to interview him at some point. (Call us, Jeremy!)

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3 Comments


  1. Rob:

    Some amazing images here…a needed reminder to keep giving and praying.

    5:44 am on March 18th, 2010
  2. Nadia:

    Hi I wanna make a change when I see what is happening soo… This is what I wanna do. I wanna is when school starts ask all the students from my school to donate at leat $5 or less. By that I wanna give what I collected to Haiti. If you Jeremy Cowart and ether celebrities are up for it text back :D

    12:29 am on July 5th, 2010
  3. lis_admin:

    Great idea Nadia. Drop us an email with your info. We’ll help: hello@loveinstereo.com

    3:38 pm on July 5th, 2010

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