Alvin Báez

Visual Storyteller
   
Tranbleman Tè an Ayiti
Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Nationality: American
Biography: Passionate visual storyteller with solid news judgment and international experience in photography and multimedia production. Able to work under pressure, with the flexibility to juggle competing deadlines. Team player who promotes a positive... MORE
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Tranbleman Tè an Ayiti
Copyright Alvin Baez 2024
Date of Work Jan 2010 - Jan 2010
Updated Oct 2018
Topics Photography

A massive earthquake devastated Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, reducing much of the capital Port-au-Prince to rubble. The death toll reached hundreds of thousands, while badly injured survivors roamed the streets in search of much-needed help. More than 200,000 people died, and at least another 300,000 injured people had been treated. At least 250,000 homes were destroyed and 30,000 businesses lost.     

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