The Ahadepa project is a photography documentary commissioned by United Haitians in the UK (UHUK) in 2016.
Through his lens, Martinican artist Mister Geez captured the daily lives of community members, showcasing their struggles and their triumphs in the face of adversity.

The project aimed to shed light on the living and teaching conditions of a resilient community in Carrefour, Haiti, and provide a glimpse into the everyday challenges faced by its members.
Mister Geez’s photographs offer a powerful visual narrative of the community’s resilience and determination, highlighting the strength of the human spirit in the face of hardship.
The Ahadepa project serves as a tribute to the Haitian people, their culture, and their perseverance in the face of adversity.

Exhibited at:
– Kafe 1788 Gallery (London, 20th-25th June 2016)
– Lumen Cafe (London, Aug 23rd – Sept 30th 2016)