New York-based photojournalist Giles Clarke’s project ‘Waste in Time’ was shot in Haiti and documents the community that lives near, and works in, the vast landfill that sits above Port-Au-Prince’s poorest neighbourhoods – and above their water supply. Clarke, who is with Reportage by Getty, says there are around 2000 people who live in this toxic environ and his photo essay exposes their appalling plight. Clarke is dedicated to photography as an agent of change and his activist work has also seen him deeply involved with the victims of the Bhopal disaster.
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