Josue Azor is self-taught photographer born in 1986, in Port Au Prince, Haiti. Since 2008, he developed a passion for photography. In 2012, he was selected to participate in the 1st Aruba Biennale and exhibited his works in the show “Ayiti, Miradas Contemporaneas”. He also participated in AfricAmerica’s 6th Transcultural Forum and exhibited a series of photographs documenting the gay life scene in “Noctambules” at Kolektif 509. He has also exposed in Rome (2010) and Montreal (2011). He currently travels throughout Haiti and exhibits his photos in Port Au Prince. Josue Azor shares his love for photography by conducting workshops with other aspiring photographers in Haiti.