I was born in Port-au-Prince, December 1981, and raised in the ghetto neighborhood, Grand Rue, where art and creativity is a primary activity. Because of this from a young age I was able to cultivate the natural talent with which each human is born: Art. In 2008 I joined the artists group of Grand Rue called Atis-Rezistans. In 2009 I had the chance to participate the first Ghetto Biennale organized by Atis-Rezistans and Leah Gordon. During the Biennale I had the chance to meet the British artist Bill Drummond, with whom I collaborated to write a book which describing life during and post-earthquake. I also participate in many art exhibitions with my recycled Vodou sculpture.
Exhibitions & Publications:
1st Ghetto Biennale, Haiti – 2009,
International publication of IMAJINE by CLAUDEL CASSEUS pub Penkiln Burn – March 2011
Nouvo Rezistans, Institut Francais, P-a-P, Haiti – 2011
2nd Ghetto Biennale, Haiti – 2011