Maxence Bradley is a Canadian photographer based in Jacmel, Haiti, who specializes in documentary, journalism, humanitarian and social photography. His work illustrates the human side of Haiti, and finding the beauty of the country and its people through all walks of life. He has collaborated on many major national and international communication campaigns for various branches of the United Nations, such as UNICEF, UNFPA, UN Women, and with several other organizations very active in the country like FONKOZE and JAKO MEDIA / HAITI. He also collaborates with independent journalists and news agencies from around the world. Some more recent photographs by Maxence Bradley can be found in a special edition of the GEO magazine published on January, 2017.
“His work illustrates the human side of Haiti, and finding the beauty of the country and its people through all walks of life.”