We went to Haiti in 2013 to document the latest recovery efforts now 3 years after the 2010 earthquake. Many doctors had perished in the 2010 earthquake and we were following a group of American doctors who were helping to train new Haitian doctors.

This was commissioned by IBM - a doc about the non-profit Colleagues in Care and their effort to help share knowledge and help build the Haitian doctor network.

It was an unforgettable experience to me among meeting some amazing people - I learned a lot about Haitian history and the once-great economy that was there. Now things are quite bad. And it needs medical resources and training. Colleagues in Care is doing an important job helping them. As you see in the video, the Haitian people are inspiring.

The video is here:

Shot on the Sony F35 to PIX 240 as Pro Res HQ
Used the Sony F3 for steadicam. Lenses were the 18-50 and 50-150 Red Zoom Lenses T2.9

camera/colorist ED DAVID
gaffer ALBERT OH
Agency - Ogilvy NY
Head of Production - Jamie Schultz
Production Company - Studio Now.

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