Photographer based in Port-au-Prince, Haïti, Josué Azor has been traveling around Haiti since 2008, to merge his passion for photography and his appreciation of Haitian practices. He became interested in documentary and artistic photography and his work gradually took, among other things, a militant dimension. His first series on Vodou Roots was presented in Haïti, Italy, Benin and Burkina Faso (Fespaco).
Over the past five years, Josué has been exploring the night in Port-au-Prince and the LGBTI community in Noctambules.
His project has been exhibited regularly in Haiti and Internationally. He is also a member of Kolektif 2 dimansyon, K2D, a collective of young haitian photographers based in Haiti dedicated in photojournalism and visual arts.