I’ve always thought that it was not healthy for me to feel stuck and still struggle with my dad’s death , even years later. I really have struggled to move on, and that significant void without him is stagnant. No matter how many steps I’ve taken forward, I can get triggered by anything, and in… Continue reading The girl with the never ending Grief
Since the pandemic started two years ago, life hasn’t been the same. We are just trying to find a routine. I doubt we will ever return to what we once knew as NORMAL. As I was reflecting on 2021, I realized it had been a year of heartbreak; I thought 2020 was horrible. Nothing compares… Continue reading Thank You 2021
I was introduced to my next interviewee Laetitia by a close friend of mine. He texted me saying, “there's this girl I would love for you to work with”. I said sure no problem. We have been talking for years and I fell in love with how dedicated she was to go after all of… Continue reading Laëtitia- Mental health is as important as your physical health
I’m always asking my friends about who they think I should interview as I focus more on Haitian musicians. It dawn on me that they are so many amazing young people doing phenomenal work . So I have taken a better interest at what’s going on around, and to shed light on those amazing young… Continue reading Doris Adéclat : Dorishaiti
Years ago, someone sent me the video of her wedding, and I was extremely taken by her boldness, which resulted of me seeing her as this amazing human being. I was like, she is who she is and unapologetic as well . I know Voodoo is part of our culture but not all practice it,… Continue reading Riva Précil: Always listen to yourself !
One day someone send me Haitian Who Blog Instagram page. I started to follow them, that’s how I find out about my next interviewee, Shirley Dorsainvil, the curator of Haitians Who Blog. If you follow her then you know her page is all about educating us about a range of different topics. She’s outspoken, funny,… Continue reading Shirley Dorsainvil A Modern Day Woman!
Around sometimes last year a friend of mine introduced me to the next person I am about to interview. She asked me to listen to him, so past the few years I got to know him as an artist and person. I have learned that it is important to learn the person behind every artists,… Continue reading Alex Pierrot: Donlex
If you ever in need of a good laugh, well my next interviewee is your person. He will keep you laughing non-stop while he tackles some important topics in our Haitian society. I’ve started watching his videos when my family started sending them in our group chat. Not only he is a well-known comedian, but… Continue reading Zoe Poze : Just Because You don’t SPEAK CREOLE IT doesn’t mean you aren’t Haitian.
I have always seen her pictures floating around on social media or videos of her dancing. Tyna Belance pictures showcase her love for dance so well. The art behind them is always well-executed. Prior to my interview with her I’ve gotten DMs about her through people I don’t usually talk to, asking me: “Whose this?… Continue reading Tyna Belance : Dancing Is How I learned To Express My feelings
Last year I started to follow my next interviewee, I was very impressed to see all the things that she was doing. I must say it was interesting to see the mastermind behind the performances of artists such as Paska, Niska now known as Kanis , Trouble Boy. Through her social media she comes out… Continue reading Séphora Drouillard: Dance chose me , not the other way around