Before January 12 2010, there were more than 10,000 humanitarian and charity organizations registered in Haiti. Billions of dollars of donations later, the international presence is stronger than ever. Yet six months after the quake, 90% of the rubble still has not been removed and women and children are being raped across the street from the government palace on a nightly basis. One is left to wonder: are the voices of Haitians being heard? Are their needs being met? Haiti appears to be caught between states: of destruction, of rebuilding, of progress, of upheaval, of normalcy. This series pairs nighttime portraits of orphans from one of Haiti's thousands of orphanages, with images of destruction from the center of Port-au-Prince.