Michel Dessources, Jr. is a native Haitian born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Growing up as a young boy he was exposed to the arts. His father worked as a craft artist and his mother as a stage performing actress. Michel, having spent much quality time with his parents in and out of the home, developed an appetite for film and production. Subsequently, Michel attended Rockland Community College in Rockland County, New York where he received an Associates Degree in the Visual Arts. He went on to continue his studies at the Katherine Gibbs School of the Arts in New York City where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Communications. He has since become a Photographer, a Graphic Designer and a Filmmaker.
As a result of fulfilling his heartfelt passion for the arts through formalized education and training, Michel has received much notoriety in his brief career through the following assignments: Art Director with actor Danny Glover in 2004 at the Lincoln Center, Manhattan, New York. Art Director/Set Design for “Pluie d’Espoir” a movie directed by Jacques Roc. Director of a short documentary for the Bill Brookman Foundation, “UK,” and, last but not least, Art Director for Sensitization Projects for BDR/United Nations in Haiti.