Portrait of Haitian artist Edouard Duval-Carrié at his Little Haiti studio in Miami

I first learned of Edouard Duval-Carrié’s dramatic and colorful artwork when I recently did a photo shoot at the Museum of Art – Ft. Lauderdale.  As part of the Museum’s permanent collection, the Indigo Room,  was designed by Duval-Carrié and is just stunning to enter.  After the photo shoot, the editor and publisher of IRREVERSIBLE magazine, Noor Blazekovic, asked me to also photograph Duval-Carrié for her next issue profiling the movers and shakers of the Miami art scene.

So, I was excited to schedule a private portrait session with Duval-Carrié at his huge studio located in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami.  As you enter the studio, a visitor is immediately faced with a huge new piece Duval-Carrié is currently working on for an opera in New York City–you’ll see it in the photos I’ve included here as it hangs from the ceiling.

You’ll also notice that Duval-Carrié’s work is not “typical Haitian painting” as described by his own website.  To read the full artist statement, go here.

To stay updated on IRREVERSIBLE – an international art project, go here.

Clients hire me to do portraits for: business headshots, publicity photos, acting and modeling portfolio work, author and band photos, senior portraits, dating and social media sites, etc.

And you can stay updated on my work by connecting with me on FACEBOOK, TWITTER or clicking the “Subscribe” button at the top.